Racial equality


Racial equality

Racial equality refers to equal treatment toward people of different human races.

It can also refer to:

*Congress of Racial Equality, an American civil rights organization formed in 1942
*Commission for Racial Equality, a former public body of the United Kingdom, now merged into the Equality and Human Rights Commission

ee also

*Desegregation
*Equality (disambiguation)
*Race (classification of human beings)
*Race and inequality in the United States
*Racial inequality in the American criminal justice system
*Racial integration
*Racial segregation


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