Examples of inequity in a Sentence
the inequities in wages paid to men and women
the inequity of the punishment led many people to believe that the defendant was being punished for his political beliefs
Recent Examples of inequity from the Web
As Mayor Mitch Landrieu’s final term draws to a close, many of the same inequities that have dogged the Crescent City for decades persist.
Unions are skeptical, saying the report is a feeble response to inequity.
Vox’s Dylan Matthews spotlights the insane inequity of the plan with this stat: Including the tax hikes, the overall plan would give the average family earning under $25,000 per year a $40 tax cut, or a 0.3 percent boost in after-tax income.
There is obviously a distinct impact of harsh immigration policies on black immigrants, but both groups face criminalization, economic inequality, lack of access to adequate health care, and educational inequities.
But Kim and Park's exits highlight a facet of the struggle addressed less often - pay inequity.
Banning the Question These types of salary questions have drawn more attention lately, as they are seen as perpetuating long-term pay inequity.
But adding some weight to it, too, is social commentary on the battles, pressures and inequity women faced then (and now).
This is not the first time EdBuild has featured Alabama in a report on inequities in school funding.
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First Known Use of inequity
INEQUITY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of inequity for English Language Learners
: lack of fairness : unfair treatment
: something that is unfair
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