: opposing or prohibiting unfair discrimination against people based on race, religion, etc. : preventing or counteracting bias (as in hiring practices)racial antibias laws
Examples of antibias in a Sentence
Recent Examples on the WebOn Tuesday—more than six weeks after the arrest of two black patrons who tried to use the restroom without purchasing anything at a Starbucks in Philadelphia—the company held a nationwide closure of its stores for an afternoon of antibias training.
John D. Stoll, WSJ, 31 May 2018 Those included companywide antibias training, a commitment to diversity in the corporate office, a public apology, a permanent end to the receipt-checking policy, and a $15 hourly minimum wage at the store.
Samantha Melamed, Philly.com, 7 July 2018 An additional 5,000-plus stores operated by licensees will receive the antibias training materials later.
Julie Jargon, WSJ, 22 Apr. 2018
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