white-boy syndrome
 n.— «There’s little evidence of any overt racial tension between students or between their parents.…The school superintendent, however, concedes that a perception exists that’s sometimes called “the white-boy syndrome.” He describes it as: “Kids who are white feel themselves a distinct minority against a majority culture.”» —“Two California high schools losing white students as Asians move in” by Suein Hwang Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh, Pa.) Nov. 21, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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