Racial equality is a situation in which people of all races and ethnicities are treated in an egalitarian/equal manner, despite any difference in physical traits. Racial equality occurs when institutions give individuals legal, moral, and political rights. In present-day Western society, equality among races continues to become normative. Prior to the early 1960s, attaining equality was difficult for African, Asian, and Indigenous people. However, since then, in many other countries, racial equality has become part of laws generally ensuring that all individuals receive equal opportunities in treatment, education, employment, and other areas of life.
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