- n. Plural form of ethnicity.
“The study will also reveal the deep injustices faced by young people of certain ethnicities by showing how much more likely they are to be stopped and searched by police.”
“In a novel that counsels the acceptance and understanding of different ethnicities, is Maisie sufficiently accepting of her own mixed heritage?”
“The overall fertility rate among indigenous ethnicities is up to 1.7 from 1.3 the overall rate of 2.6 is misleading.”
“Or is your compassion limited only to people of certain ethnicities and certain geographic locations and certain faiths and certain socio-economic status?”
“Since 1924 the American Heart Association has helped protect people of all ages and ethnicities from the ravages of heart disease and stroke.”
“Or that certain ethnicities shouldn't be eligible for citizenship?”
“Sometimes they’re resolved through genocide or racial expulsion, but in the modern period it seems like relaxation and eventual merger of the two particular races/ethnicities is more likely.”
“I believe) that when comparing violent crime rates between Vancouver (Canada) and Seattle (US), that when differences in ethnicities/race between the cities were adjusted for — that Vancouver was more violent than Seattle.”
“The thing about (my) having a face that can be easily taken for a wide variety of ethnicities is that by and large the guesses are coming from people of the background in question – i.e., most of the people who’ve asked me if I was Arab were Arab, etc. for Persians, Indians, Latin Americans, and so on.”
“Note the use of the word “races” to refer to groups that today would be called ethnicities: Poles, Italians, Slovaks, etc.”
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