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To make sure that we are committing to governing by including those who feel that they’ve been forgotten, oppressed and overlooked.
The fact that women can occupy the dual role of oppressor and oppressed is a reality that is still not fully understood.
My grandparents, Vartan and Yersapet, were among the proud but oppressed Armenian minorities in the Ottoman province of Adana.
People are just so angered, and their anger is directed at us, because we are part of the machine and the system that has oppressed them.
The AI community is finally waking up to the fact that machine learning can cause disproportionate harm to already oppressed and disadvantaged groups.
Let him that escapeth be consumed by the rage of the fire: and let them perish that oppress thy people.
The general sense clearly is, that the friars oppress the weak, but not the strong.
I never injured a creature in my life, and can not find it in my heart to wish evil even to those who injure and oppress me.
In the first place, I am an Anarchist: I do not believe in man-made law, designed to enslave and oppress humanity.
The employment of children and apprentices enabled the masters to oppress them; they were unable to earn more than 8s.

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