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4 Types Of Discrimination We All Need To Keep Fighting Against Worldwide

March 1 is Zero Discrimination Day, an annual event for people across the globe to come together and take a stand against bigotry, oppression and divisiveness. It’s a sad fact we live in a world where human rights and civil liberties are violated in horrendous ways on a daily basis, and no country is immune to this. We still have a lot of work to do in terms of promoting solidarity and tolerance on a global scale. Zero Discrimination Day stands as a reminder we must all continue the fight to establish truly just and inclusive societies.We cannot allow discrimination to persist if we hope to progress as a species.

Here are four types of discrimination we all need to keep fighting…

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