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See also: Dei, dei, déi, dèi, deî, dēi, děi, de'i, dei-, and de-i



DEI (uncountable)

  1. Initialism of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
    Synonyms: EDI, DIE
    • 2022 December 9, Jonathan Weisman, Ken Bensinger, quoting Donald Trump Jr., “Blowback Over Griner’s Release Exposes Depth of America’s Divisions”, in The New York Times[1], →ISSN:
      The former president’s son Donald Jr. swiped at Ms. Griner’s identity when he wrote that the Biden administration “was apparently worried that their DEI score would go down if they freed an American Marine,” using the corporate-world acronym for diversity, equity and inclusion.
    • 2023 February 10, Graeme Wood, “DEI Is an Ideological Test”, in The Atlantic[2]:
      The universities’ publicly stated positions imply that there is only one proper way to interpret the DEI trinity: through the concept of “anti-racism,” which may not mean what you think it means.
    • 2024 April 21, “Racist dog whistle: the right wing has weaponized ‘DEI’”, in the Guardian[3]:

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