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To transform toxic kitchens, operators, customers, and employees together must change these systemic mechanisms that keep workers silent in the first place.
When you’re thinking deeply about systemic inequality, you’re bound to survey your own situation.
He told "Axios on HBO" that systemic racism — or racial bias, as he prefers to call it — exists everywhere but is "more obvious" in the NFL.
You’ve reported on some of these smaller swaths, individual stories and experiences, but also the larger systemic failures.
Sure, you can and should, he argues, but the change we should be looking for is systemic, not individual.
I was in some of the final editing this past summer and I did write a line in there that talks about systemic barriers.
Instagram’s move to hide the number of “likes” is not transforming teenagers’ mental-health problems, when the service is predicated on constant social comparison and systemic hijacking of the human drive for connection.
I hope this momentum leads to long-lasting, systemic change.
At the same time, it is obvious that there was a severe systemic failure in securing the building’s perimeter and in the response once the building was breached.
Small businesses were once pillars of communities, but economic and systemic forces left many fighting for survival.
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