ties of race

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This was a "failure," as Harris points out, that exposed "growing class separation, despite the ties of race, between black workers and black reformers.
So, that, if the call of duty were disregarded altogether, policy and self-preservation would demand that we go down among the lowly, the illiterate, and even the vicious to whom we are bound by the ties of race and sex, and put forth every possible effort to uplift and reclaim them.
a] large, unassimilated, tightly knit racial group, bound to an enemy nation by strong ties of race, culture, custom and religion:'