Perhaps "underrepresented"? It is not so much what others are doing for them, it is whether everyone is included to begin with.
On Fri, Dec 7, 2018 at 1:31 PM Phil Shapiro <pshap...@his.com> wrote: > > At a conference I attended last week in DC, I heard the phrase > "underestimated groups" used more often than "underserved groups." > > While it's true that many underestimated groups are underserved -- their > chief characteristic is that they are underestimated. > > I'm going to try to use the "underestimated" designation more often -- and > reduce my usage of "underserved." > > phil > > -- > Phil Shapiro, pshap...@his.com > http://www.his.com/pshapiro/briefbio.html > http://www.twitter.com/philshapiro > http://www.his.com/pshapiro/stories.menu.html > > "Wisdom begins with wonder." - Socrates > "Learning happens thru gentleness." > "We must reinvent a future free of blinders so that we can choose from > real options." David Suzuki > > > Phil Shapiro > Cheverly, Cheverly > About/contact Phil Shapiro: http://forums.e-democracy.org/p/philshapiro > > > > ------------------------ > Reply: Reply-All or visit > http://forums.e-democracy.org/r/topic/16Ik7wflFPM7l8uwlqKnqY > New Topic: inclus...@forums.e-democracy.org > Digest: Subject: digest on > Leave: Subject: unsubscribe > Forum Home: http://forums.e-democracy.org/groups/inclusion > > > > > Help? http://e-democracy.org/support Hosting: http://OnlineGroups.Net > > >
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