Examples of classism in a Sentence
a society plagued by racism and classism
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The real problem is not these athletes taking a knee, but race relations and classism in America.
The show will seek to take families from different geographical and social backgrounds to hit hot-button issues such as politics, classism, gender and race, with the ultimate goal being to find common ground on every topic.
There’s a sexism to that and there’s also a classism to that.
But there have also been reviews (including in this paper) that wonder if the protagonist is a punching bag for cheap laughs and classism.
This is not the kind of drink that would have been served five years ago in a place that serves tater tots, but fortunately for us, that sort of potable and edible classism has largely been relegated to history’s dustbin.
The global approaches of Ambedkar and Du Bois must serve as an inspiration in the fight against white supremacy and Brahmin supremacy—as well as against classism, sexism and empire.
Due to systematic racism and classism, styles that originate within marginalized groups often come with a stigma attached to them.
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CLASSISM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of classism for English Language Learners
: unfair treatment of people because of their social or economic class
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