Inequities [noun]

Definition of Inequities:

state of being unequal

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Sentence/Example of Inequities:

They said the state cannot afford not to address the inequities that currently exist.

Whether a survivor or a family member or friend of someone affected by cancer, we all know these numbers put a mirror up to the inequities in our system.

It serves to validate male-privilege by asserting that existing inequities reflect nature.

As the global crisis continues to lay bare the deep inequities in our society, it’s clear that we need new ways of thinking to address these systemic issues.

The current covid-19 pandemic has shined the spotlight on longstanding health inequities for people of color.

Demonstrators in Richmond focused on the city’s Confederate monuments as symbols of persistent racial inequity.

Triplett also reports inequities in personal protective equipment.

Much of the agenda will be driven by the virus and resulting economic crisis, including health inequities, and relief for jobless workers and struggling businesses.

Long-term commitments are key to actually making a dent in long-standing racial inequities.

To mitigate health inequities and promote social justice, coronavirus vaccines need to get to underserved populations and hard-to-reach communities.