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injustice

noun
     
in‧jus‧tice
1 [uncountable and countable] a situation in which people are treated very unfairly and not given their rights
injustice of
the injustice of slavery
injustice against
innumerable injustices against the black population
The movie deals with injustices suffered by Native Americans.
He had developed a deep sense of social injustice.
2

do somebody an injustice

to judge someone's character or abilities unfairly:
To say that you are a poor cook is to do yourself an injustice.

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