reverse discrimination

Definition of "reverse discrimination"
  1. A situation where individuals belonging to majority groups, such as white people or males, face discriminatory actions in domains like employment or education
How to use "reverse discrimination" in a sentence
  1. The company was accused of reverse discrimination when it appeared to favor female candidates over more qualified males.
  2. The university's quota-based admission policy led to allegations of reverse discrimination against non-minority students.
  3. Despite having higher test scores, she felt she was a victim of reverse discrimination when she lost the promotion to a less experienced male colleague.

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