1."Equity" means being treated fairly. What do you think it means to be treated fairly?
2 Can you give an example of a time when someone was treated unfairly?
3 What do you think it means to be antiracist?
4 If you were the president,what would you do to make America more fair for everyone?
1.Equity is equal and fair treatment of every individual with no effect on their needs and requirements. The main aim of equity is that all individuals get equal treatment in society and are not discriminated against based on their race, caste, age, sex, creed, nationality, religion, disability among others. To measure the dignity and right of the individual to be considered fair, choices and actions must be considered. Equity treatment does not necessarily mean treating everyone the same. Treating people adequately may require different strategies that would not suggest a lower standard of performance.
2.a teacher awarding good grades to his/her favorite student is an example of unfairness. Parents might be accused of unfairness when they give one kid large shares of properties compared to others even when all of them are their biological kids.
3. being an antiracist is to take deliberate action to fight against any form of unfair treatment such as racial hatred, systemic racism, bias, and oppression of marginalized groups to ensure the provision of equitable opportunities for all people in the society, workplace, learning institutions among others.
4.As the president of America, I will put the following strategies to ensure equity and fairness in the United States of America: to ensure the economy is resilient and inclusive where every America enjoy wages and promotions in all public and private workplaces. Additionally, I will also eliminate racial economic gaps by reinforcing policies that ensure everyone is treated fairly and with dignity. Moreover, I will encourage diversity and accountability in leadership across major positions in all Federal agencies to fight against corruption and mismanagement of public resources