Examples of reverse discrimination in a Sentence
He claimed that reverse discrimination was to blame for his unemployment.
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There will be those among your staff who will question whether your efforts toward DEI are a covert form of reverse discrimination.
That same year, the city of Cleveland paid a total of $450,000 to Kraynik, Habeeb and officer John Franko to settle claims of reverse discrimination and violation of civil rights.
The idea that white men were the victims of reverse discrimination.
Most notable, civil rights advances resulted in the desegregation of the federal and District government workforces, reversing discrimination that began, formally at least, more than 50 years earlier during the Woodrow Wilson administration.
From his head to his toes, Jared was racist, hiding behind fake equality in his pathetic arguments and complaints about reverse discrimination.
Samuel Livingston, who was hired as a firefighter in 2000, is seeking an unspecified amount in damages accusing the department of reverse discrimination after an April 5, 2016 physical altercation with his coworkers June Colon and Larry Gray.
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REVERSE DISCRIMINATION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of reverse discrimination for English Language Learners
: the practice of making it more difficult for a certain type of person (such as a white man) to get a job, to go to a school, etc., because other people who were treated unfairly in the past are now being given an advantage
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