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noun as in state of being unequal

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They said the state cannot afford not to address the inequities that currently exist.

Whether a survivor or a family member or friend of someone affected by cancer, we all know these numbers put a mirror up to the inequities in our system.

It serves to validate male-privilege by asserting that existing inequities reflect nature.

As the global crisis continues to lay bare the deep inequities in our society, it’s clear that we need new ways of thinking to address these systemic issues.

The current covid-19 pandemic has shined the spotlight on longstanding health inequities for people of color.

Already Warren has been leading the charge against economic inequity.

Nor does the suggestion that her justified complaints about pay inequity played no part in her ouster hold much printer's ink.

What seems at first to be novel about gender inequity gradually reveals itself to be a parable about social class.

This was the face of inequity in Israeli-controlled areas of the West Bank.

But, also—for women like us—call out inequity when you see it!

Mellie Garson sat on an overturned pickle keg sourly contemplating the inequity of fate.

The law guilty of that very inequity which it was its mission to punish!

However it goes with the rest of the world, America has reached the stage of unfolding whereof inequity at a price wont work.

No such monstrosity of legal inequity will, it may be said, be produced.


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On this page you'll find 15 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to inequity, such as: injustice, unfairness, and wrong.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.