Thesaurus / nondiscriminatory


Section 5 gave control to the federal government when deciding whether state voting laws were constitutional and not discriminatory.
So we spent a lot of time trying to learn how algorithmic-­based systems work, how AI works, and we actually have come to the point where we think we can now use technology to help diminish discriminatory outcomes.
Given the reliance on web data, the researchers also need to figure out techniques for identifying and eradicating any embedded sexism, racism, and other discriminatory biases.
In order to win over Democrats, he’d proposed getting rid of investor-state dispute settlement, which allows companies to sue governments in special courts over laws they perceive as discriminatory.
A President who is committed to getting this pandemic under control must also commit to addressing historic environmental injustice, discriminatory pollution, and the impacts of the climate crisis on the poor and people of color.
For instance, users are now asked to agree to a “neighborhood pledge” including commitments to kindness and non-discriminatory behavior.
Hillary understood “By the time she sat on the Supreme Court, she had already wiped over 200 discriminatory laws off the books.”
Once it was cemented into law that the equal protection clause could overturn non-race-based discriminatory laws, other marginalized groups began using the Equal Protection Clause to gain equal rights, including the LGBTQ community.
In many states, that box was removed because it was thought to be discriminatory.


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