Definition of Reverse discrimination

1. Noun. (legal ethics public policy) The policy or practice of discriminating against members of a designated group which has in the past unfairly received preferential treatment in social, legal, educational, or employment situations, with the intention of benefiting one or more other groups (such as racial, disabled, or gender groups) that have previously been discriminated against. ¹



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reverse discrimination (current term)
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