It seems that the term “white race” has become a shorthand for race in America.
When white people in America first came to the United States from Africa, it was a white-majority country.
The term “black race” came into use during the Civil Rights movement, when it was meant to indicate a black person who could not vote.
Today, the term white race is used to describe a racial group in the United Sates, such as Native Americans or Pacific Islanders.
It is used as shorthand for racial minorities in America who are not white, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
While “white” is used in the context of race, the word “race” can also mean “racial group,” as in people who are Asian, Hispanic, Native American, and so on.
White is also a racial identifier, which means that it refers to the race that someone belongs to or is of.
For example, someone who is white may be of mixed race.