Examples of equality in a Sentence
the ideals of liberty and equality
it's absurd to suggest that there's an equality in the evil committed by the Nazis and the crimes of the government of that Asian country
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But gender equality is not the only consideration at the Philharmonic.
Gender equality in these kinds of families may be higher than in the general population due to the fact that both partners work four days a week.
Racial integration, women’s equality, the role of gay and lesbian Americans in public life — time and again, the military has played an important, if often reluctant, role in tackling the country’s biggest challenges.
Despite a gradual improvement in gender pay equality, women earned about 82 percent of what men made during a similar week of work in 2016, according to the Institute for Women’s Policy Research.
After decades of effort in Illinois, ratification occurred when equality between genders and race is at the forefront of the national conversation, said David Golland, a Governors State University professor of history and civil rights historian.
Being a feminist simply means believing in equality of the genders.
What matters is equality of outcome, and it cannot be delayed.
She was attracted both to his belief, unusual for the time, in equality between the sexes, and to a gregarious personality and easy-going sense of humor that was so opposite to her own.
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EQUALITY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of equality for English Language Learners
: the quality or state of being equal : the quality or state of having the same rights, social status, etc.
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