• Definition for "second-class"
    • Of secondary status: second-class issues.
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    • "Women are still second-class citizens."
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second-class in a quote

"Women are still second-class citizens."

"I was taught from a young age that many people would treat me as a second-class citizen because I was African-American and because I was female."

"My dad remembers being in school with my uncle, and the teacher would say outright to the class that the Japanese were second-class citizens and shouldn't be trusted."

"And regardless of the fact that in this country, certainly in the arts, we treat comedy as a second-class citizen, I've never thought of it that way. I've always thought it to be important. The last time I looked, the Greeks were holding up two masks. I've always thought of it not only as having equal value, but as the craft of it, being funny."

"If we do not provide education for every single American, we are consigning those without an education to second-class status."

"My dad remembers being in school with my uncle, and the teacher would say outright to the class that the Japanese were second-class citizens and shouldn't be trusted."

"Rwanda was considered a second-class operation because it was a small country, we had been able to maintain a kind of status quo. They were negotiating, they'd accepted the new peace project, so we were under the impression that everything would be solved easily."

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