Reverse discrimination

Reverse discrimination,

Definition of Reverse discrimination:

  1. Argument used by opponents of affirmative action that any policy of giving special favor to any group automatically discriminates against other groups.

  2. Bias against the members of a majority group in employment, promotion, or distribution of benefits.

  3. (in the context of the allocation of resources or employment) the practice or policy of favoring individuals belonging to groups known to have been discriminated against previously.

How to use Reverse discrimination in a sentence?

  1. Sometimes people will go against the majority in a form of reverse discrimination when trying to decide how a situation should be handled.
  2. Some people feel reverse discrimination exists because affirmative action allows minorities business and education opportunities they have never had before, denying the majority those opportunities.
  3. And just because your player didnt win the MVP doesnt mean that your reverse discrimination argument will work.
  4. When I tried to get a job as a bartender, and the owner didnt hire me because I wasnt female, i should have sued him for reverse discrimination .

Meaning of Reverse discrimination & Reverse discrimination Definition