Many minorities have been victimized by exploitation.
This kind of zero-sum thinking doesn't seem common among racial minorities.
"African Americans and other minorities are more likely to own low-priced homes.
Politicians from minorities tend not to trust their Bamar counterparts, or each other.
Even in the best of times, low-income minorities can face daunting health and medical issues.
Human rights documents also include rights that refer to minorities explicitly and give them special protections.
A pillar of his "build back" programme is to create business support for minorities through a $30bn investment fund.
For decades, under China's one-child policy, urban minorities were instead allowed two children, or three for rural families.
China’s non-Han minorities found themselves surrounded by an aggressive, expansionist Han Chinese culture during the early Qing.
In April, Judge Ramos issued her opinion: the Texas voter-I.D. law was intentionally designed to discriminate against minorities.
Xi’s policies over recent years have put Muslim minorities in China’s western region of Xinjiang under a pervasive net of surveillance, detention and social re-engineering.
And something unique about queer minorities is that they're not only minorities in a culture, they're minorities in their own intimate families.
“Such hostility against the minorities exacerbates existing prejudices, intercommunal tensions, and religious intolerance, sowing fear and distrust while inciting further hatred and violence.”
By 2010, forty-one per cent of the editors and supervisors were women; just under twenty per cent of all employees were minorities; and thirteen per cent of supervisory positions were held by minorities.
Throughout most of the countries of Southeast Asia, ethnic minorities have been slow to receive formal recognition, although many governments now have developed policies for incorporating minorities into the national life.
For, like all extreme belief-systems, radical Islamism confronts pluralists with a paradox—namely, how do liberal, tolerant majorities protect their values while defending the rights of less tolerant minorities, or fractions of minorities?
Critics say that if it is genuinely aimed at protecting minorities, the bill should have have included Muslim religious minorities who have faced persecution in their own countries - Ahmadis in Pakistan and Rohingyas in Myanmar, for example.
His persistence is one reason why a new report from the Resolution Foundation on employment rates for people from ethnic minorities finds Northern Ireland the only region where such minorities outperformed the average, at 72% of their working-age population.
China has sharply scaled back, and restricted, the teaching of languages spoken by ethnic minorities in its vast western regions in recent years, promoting instruction in Chinese instead as part of a broad push to encourage the assimilation of Tibetans, Uighurs and other ethnic minorities into the dominant ethnic Han culture.
In some nation-states, ethnic minorities have challenged the traditional model of nation-based citizenship because they claim rights based on principles alternative to citizenship: that is, they rely on international conventions that recognize individual human rights or the collective rights of minorities and indigenous peoples (some scholars call this phenomenon “postnational citizenship”).
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In some nation-states ethnic minorities have challenged the traditional model of nation-based citizenship because they claim rights based on principles alternative to citizenship that is they rely on international conventions that recognize individual human rights or the collective rights of minorities and indigenous peoples some scholars call this phenomenon postnational citizenship