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The short answer is: someone who is a potential victim of racism, who is part of a group that is commonly discriminated against. The long answer is difficult to write because this is a fairly recent expression, with a heavy cultural context. My answer is exclusively about France, I have no idea how or even whether this word is used elsewhere. The word ...


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Racisé is an activist term that is not commonly used in France and subject to controversies. Google translate gives a word for word translation into English and the English word "racialized" might be more used in the US than racisé in France. The definition of racisé given by the Ligue des droits et libertés (Quebec Civil Liberties Union) says a person ...


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To translate the above response, albeit using conventional translation sources(google in this instance) so some things may be lost, though it's better than nothing as I saw the original poster cited they could not read the response: Thank you mlwacosmos for the original response. Damoiselle: female name 13th century dameisele, late 9th century, popular ...


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