Inequality [noun]

Definition of Inequality:

prejudice; lack of balance

Opposite/Antonyms of Inequality:

Sentence/Example of Inequality:

For example, look at the enormous inequality of the education system.

This prevents them from generating significant wealth and perpetuates systemic inequality.

Advances in technology have often benefited the West while exacerbating economic inequality, political oppression, and environmental destruction elsewhere.

Everyone should have access to the immense possibilities that the tech industry provides, but for the actual numbers to reflect this requires actively addressing the very unconscious biases that have contributed to rampant inequality.

The economists also think racial inequality in unemployment — a big problem in August’s jobs report — won’t be much better by year’s end.

Its greatest value is in clearly identifying systems in society that contribute to racial inequality — systems many Americans agree need reforming.

Many advertisers continue to avoid news as a category, a dynamic that has persisted through the year as controversies continue to swirl around the coronavirus, social unrest and economic inequality.

This story about was produced by the Hechinger Report, a nonprofit, independent news organization focused on inequality and innovation in education.

The rising income inequality has provoked sharp responses from many progressive politicians and critics on the left.

Published last year, the new book widens its scope to focus on inequality in places like India, Brazil, Russia, and China.