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That might sound almost too easy, but in an increasingly polarized and inequitable world, looking out for and caring for each other is vital when faced with extreme weather events like flooding, heatwaves and wildfire.In the Face of Climate Change, We Must Act So That We Can Feel Hopeful—Not the Other Way Around|Katharine Hayhoe|August 12, 2021|Time
So it should be no surprise that his response to studies finding inequitable treatment is that SDPD leadership should listen to the community and adapt accordingly.Want to Improve Police Stop Disparities? Hold the Chief Responsible for Addressing Them.|Chris Brewster|June 23, 2021|Voice of San Diego
Access to child care has been identified as a growing national problem, spurred by sky-high costs for parents and the inequitable supply of childcare centers across the nation.The Bureau of Indian Education Hasn’t Told the Public How Its Schools Are Performing. So We Did It Instead.|by Alden Woods, The Arizona Republic, and Agnel Philip, ProPublica|June 9, 2021|ProPublica
However, the much more efficient approach is to ship vaccine to other countries, where their people can be vaccinated in greater numbers and without the inconvenience, expense, and inequitable impact of personal international travel.The US worried about vaccine tourists. Now it’s encouraging them.|Eileen Guo|May 26, 2021|MIT Technology Review
The inequitable impacts of the pandemic are well documented, but what we can do as marketers is not.
He supported policies that redistributed wealth to attempt to ensure a less inequitable society.
First, in moral terms, the current rate structure is grossly inequitable.Michael Tomasky on How Obama Should Play Offense on Taxes|Michael Tomasky|July 10, 2012|DAILY BEAST
In other words, they were a disaster for the economy, and brutally inequitable.
We cannot merely try to recapture the stilted, inequitable, broken economy we left behind.
Franklin objected to Dickinson's proposal of one vote per state on the ground that it was an inequitable arrangement.The Colonization of North America|Herbert Eugene Bolton
The amendment confines its donations to the old States, and, so doing, makes an inequitable discrimination in their favor.Charles Sumner; His Complete Works, Volume III (of 20)|Charles Sumner
Thus has the idealist conspired with the materialist to keep actual life impoverished and inequitable.Reconstruction in Philosophy|John Dewey
The wicked are dispersed among the clouds, as are also the poor and lowly, an inequitable disposition worthy of a theocracy!Indo-China and Its Primitive People|Henry Baudesson
They complement the uninvited poor; both are largely a product of unjust and inequitable social conditions.The Arena|Various