Origin of discrimination
Examples from the Web for nondiscrimination
And nondiscrimination is, or should be, a seamless garment—and discrimination a seamless evil.How ‘Religious Freedom’ Is Hurting Everyone’s Freedom|Robert Shrum|March 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Several states include religious exemptions to nondiscrimination law and same-sex marriage laws.The ‘Religious Liberty’ Bullies and Their Fight Against LGBT Equality|Jay Michaelson|March 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
This is the second time the Tennessee Legislature has tried to ban the nondiscrimination policy.Tennessee Wants to Punish Vanderbilt for a Nondiscrimination Policy|Ilana Glazer|March 6, 2013|DAILY BEAST
McNamara, however, "readily agreed" with his housing experts that a letter on nondiscrimination in family housing was necessary.
Brown had ample statistics at hand to demonstrate that at least in the Navy this nondiscrimination policy was progressive.
British Dictionary definitions for nondiscrimination
Word Origin and History for nondiscrimination
1640s, "the making of distinctions," from Late Latin discriminationem (nominative discriminatio), noun of action from past participle stem of discriminare (see discriminate). Especially in a prejudicial way, based on race, 1866, American English. Meaning "discernment" is from 1814.
It especially annoys me when racists are accused of 'discrimination.' The ability to discriminate is a precious facility; by judging all members of one 'race' to be the same, the racist precisely shows himself incapable of discrimination. [Christopher Hitchens]