- v. Simple past tense and past participle of racialize.
“It repeats in racialized form the familiar idea that girls are the cause of boys 'lack of educational success and that boys must be kept free of distraction.”
“HENDERSON: I mean, I think it goes to the fact that, I mean, when you make allegations of racism and they're very difficult to prove -- racism or claims that people have kind of racialized thinking.”
“You're saying that because you know that the LA riots are viewed as this "racialized" rebellion and it scares white folks to death.”
“Likewise understand that of all the candidates, Barack Obama alone is the one who can't afford too "racialized" a campaign, necessitating him to run from the word "race" as if it were a stick of dynamite.”
“One important study that should be mentioned demonstrated how "racialized" names trigger racial schemas.”
“The term "racialized" refers to people of colour who are Canadian-born and to newcomer communities of colour.”
“Examples of said racialization -- or a comparison of how much was "racialized" vs. "issues-based" was not provided.”
“That is why I use the term "racialized" and not racist in the book.”
“victimization strategy" aimed at helping the governor recapture the black vote by claiming that a "white-owned media" is portraying him in a "racialized" and "hypersexualized" manner.”
“(In case anyone is unfamiliar with the term "racialized," it means "assigned to a 'racial' category.”
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