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While clinic staff had thought the nation’s history of medical racism and victimization would play a large role in hesitancy, they learned it was much more complicated.Many unvaccinated people are not opposed to getting a shot. The challenge is trying to get it to them.|Meryl Kornfield|September 23, 2021|Washington Post
LaHaye was very gifted at the language of victimization, the rhetoric that evangelicals are somehow under siege in a multicultural society.Politics Report: The 180-Degree Shift in Union Construction Politics|Andrew Keatts|July 17, 2021|Voice of San Diego
Inevitably, this victimization invites others to wonder whether they, too, are deserving of reparations.The U.S. Can't Move Forward on LGBTQ Rights Without Reparations|Omar G. Encarnación|June 26, 2021|Time
If that jury agrees that her charges were a “direct result” of her victimization, she would be found not guilty.Chrystul Kizer, sex trafficking victim accused of killing alleged abuser, wins appeal in Wisconsin|Jessica Contrera|June 3, 2021|Washington Post
The differences in overall victimization are driven mainly by the incidences of completed rape.
This study uses the National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS), which is really a tool that tracks crimes.
The politics of victimization are a potent force in the world today.
Being pressed to conform to such a change in majority opinion must feel like victimization.
But Christians complaining about “discrimination” should realize what real victimization looks like.
Ten shillings per week to be paid in strike and victimization pay.
My victimization had created a bitter feeling in the division, and some very exciting scenes occurred during the election.
During the quarter I had several lock-out cases and victimization cases to deal with, which cost the Union several pounds.
My old friend George Hewitt, the branch secretary, was specially marked out for victimization.
The complete restoration of freedom of speech and political action, with protection against victimization.