Equity, Explained

An illustration of people on different levels, and the bottom people are confused

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NLI Staff
In this infographic, we dive into how the brain reacts to unfairness and why systems must be overhauled to achieve true equity.

We all know that feeling of being treated unfairly, whether it’s by a single person or by a larger system. And it’s the latter where equity really comes into play. Below, we dive into how the brain reacts to unfairness and why systems must be overhauled to achieve true equity.

Updated infographic that explains equity

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