I'm not going to apologize for looking at a dictionary, and I'm not the person who decreed that the definition of race that you advocate no longer is used in anthropology. For the record, the definition of "definition" is "the formal statement of the meaning or significance of a word, phrase, idiom, etc., as found in dictionaries". It speaks for itself that your position simply wishes away the defined meaning of words, as real people use them in the real world, that would establish accountability for the statements of the candidate you advocate.
Just so we're clear, are you saying that unfounded negative generalizations about blacks would be racist, but about Mexicans they are fine? Or about Mexicans they are not racist, but they are bad? Or something else?
P.S. The Bible and classic literature should be read, to the extent possible, with an understanding of the meanings of words at the time they were written. That's no excuse for ignoring the evolution of language that has occurred in the interim. Sometimes words fall out of use, sometimes new words come into use, and sometimes words obtain new meanings. It has happened for eons and is the nature of language. It has nothing to do with "newthink" or intellectuals.
None of that says that the word race can only be used the way a dictionary says. Dictionaries are not the end-all be-all of word usage. Otherwise, your example of words changing over time would never happen because of the limits of dictionaries.
The proof is as I said, government don't use the word "race"
And you keep ignoring that our governments, at all levels, don't recognize your broad definition.
Laws are written using the strictest accepted form of words. Example, if you look at Federal and State discrimination laws you'd see that they don't use just the word "race" to cover a broad range of groups like your insisting on. They also use words like "color", "national origin", and "ethnic group", which goes counter to your saying the word race ALWAYS covers those. Governments, and the legal field, are just some of the proof that dictionaries are not the only accepted current usage of words.
If you want to discuss anthropology, then using "race" in that context is understandable. Otherwise in a discussion about government policy, there is nothing wrong with using "race" in the context governments use it.