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Race and ethnic discrimination is a form of social discrimination and refers to the process of treating particular ethnic or racial groups or individuals differently from others on the basis of their origins. Such racial and ethnic attitudes and stereotyping, if not [[racism], may lead to negative consequences such as employment discrimination and other forms of prejudice or positive consequences such as affirmative action

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