What Is Unfair Discrimination?

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Unfair discrimination is the ability or power to see or make fine distinctions or the treatment or consideration based on class, categories rather than individual merit partiality or prejudice. Sociologically its the unfair treatment of a person, racial group, minority based on prejudice.
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Discrimination is or ability to see fine distinctions and perceive differences between objects, subjects, concepts and patterns. Unfair discrimination is prejudice or bias for or against a person based solely on their race or membership in a certain socially undesirable group or social category.
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