Systemic Discrimination is a form of a profoundly structured organization. It is the consequences of individual prejudice and the effects of invisible bias or stereotypes built into rules and norms. An organization will have systemic Discrimination when the policies and practices are not neutral to race, gender, age, or other protected classes. Still, rules unintentionally and unknowingly create barriers for them.
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