Sir Roy's comments come just six months after Lothian and Borders fire chief Colin Cranston admitted his brigade was institutionally racist
After the 1994 elections, he found that "the vitriolic antifederal sentiments of some of these newly elected officials" differed "in detail but not in flavor" from the ideas of racist
Perhaps the easiest way to be labeled a racist
is to suggest that a wall be built on our border with Mexico in order to keep people from Mexico and points south from entering our nation illegally.
He has a long pre-presidential track record of doing so with racist
Forty-nine percent of voters polled also said Trump is racist
while 47 said he is not.
Durbin rightfully described Trump's words as "hate-filled, vile and racist
", and added, "I cannot believe that in the history of the White House in that Oval Office, any president has ever spoken the words that I personally heard our president speak yesterday."
According to the course description and syllabus, the FGCU class covers the concept of race and examines "the racist
ideologies, laws, policies, and practices" that have allowed for "white racial domination over those racialized as non-white."
Thandi added that she was disassociating with the party, as it was deliberately attracting the racist
A crowd of political activists gathered outside the Crwys pub, from many different political groupings, but with one clear objective: to stop the racists
from marching unchallenged and spreading their Islamophobia.
COMEDIAN Frankie Boyle said he was "very happy" after winning a libel fight with a tabloid newspaper which had described him as "racist
politician with a secret is the subject of a black Coventry author's latest novel.
There are, without doubt, white, British-born and bred racists
in this country, branded by many as being "institutionalised racists