Good point. And, I too struggle with the sometime confusing nomenclature of the racial integration dialogue. "Multi-ethnic" or "ethnic" integration would probably be better than "multi-racial" or "racial" integration if we are one human race. And, "ethnocentrism" or "ethno-exclusivity" would probably be better than "racism." However, in my conversations with credible voices on the matter it seems that the inter-changeability (and perhaps ambiguity) between such terminology as "multi-racial," and "multi-ethnic" is likely something that we need to accept simply because of the ubiquitous usage of the words "race" and "racism" in our historic narrative of ethnic conflict and strife.
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