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At the time, she was booted from the team and lost her Associated Student Body position and school sports privileges for six weeks.
In return for offering these privileges, society can reasonably expect to benefit, not suffer, from what corporations do.
At the same time, we pledged to use our privilege as a convener to advocate for change and to set an example by using our platform to highlight the important contributions of BIPOC professionals to this community.
For me personally, it meant committing to more deeply examining my own privilege and improving diversity throughout our company.
The company has paid billions for that privilege over the years.
After the NBA took away voting privileges from local broadcasters in 2017, the number of voters shrunk from 131 to 101.
The comparison was called out for being inappropriate, lacking in self-awareness, and from a place of privilege.
Japan, whose citizens can travel to 191 nations without a visa, offers the same privilege to visitors from 68 countries.
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There is a privilege in choosing not to listen, and it’s one I think we should shed.
Early Thursday, Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez tweeted that she also backed diploma privilege and urged other supporters to sign a petition she created asking the supreme court and state bar to act.

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putativeadjective | [pyoo-tuh-tiv ]SEE DEFINITION
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