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Parity Quotes

We’ve collected the best Parity Quotes from the greatest minds of the world: Chris Christie, Maya Angelou, Thomas E. Mann, Diana Rigg, Christian Horner. Use them as an inspiration.

You know, at some point there has to be parity. There has to be parity between what is happening in the real world, and what is happening in the public sector world.
Until blacks and whites see each other as brother and sister, we will not have parity. It’s very clear.
You can’t actually legislate what goes on in people‘s minds and their attitudes, but you certainly can legislate for parity where pay and salaries are concerned.
We have a very good relationship with Renault. They treat us with absolute parity to the works team, and there is a very good collaboration between Renault engineers and Red Bull Racing engineers.
There’s too much parity in the NHL.
Many businesses understand the advantages of gender parity.
What are the implications of a China that may be on nuclear parity with the United States?
If the abstract rights of man will bear discussion and explanation, those of women, by a parity of reasoning, will not shrink from the same test.
You know, there are not only – all of the networks, and I mean every television news operation and print and radio and magazines, newspapers, all of them, are remiss in the diversity area. I mean, none of these organizations have reached a level of parity.
I think gender parity is a crucial part of any healthy society. It’s applicable to the entire world.
I serve on a lot of charitable boards – the areas of mental health parity, services for those that are underserved, and certainly children‘s rights are things that I believe in very, very strongly.
Parity is for farmers.
Seymour Cray
Maintaining pay parity is very important, and I am in total favour of it.
This is what sexism does best: it makes you feel crazy for desiring parity and hopeless about ever achieving it.
Deborah Copaken Kogan
I want my daughters to live in a world where there is equality and parity of pay.
I have no fears that on a purely merit basis, we will have an embarrassment of riches from which to choose in order to reach gender parity.
With the implementation of the Affordable Care Act and the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act, more people will have insurance coverage and, in principle, be eligible for more care.
Obviously, there needs to be parity. I think as more women get to the top, we need to make sure that is the case. It is our responsibility.
I think it’s a little much to expect the organisation to solve the problem of racial parity. We do see a fast-increasing influx of Asians, black folks. I actually see black folks out here, unlike some of our liberal critics.
When you’re accustomed to privilege, parity and equity and equality may feel like oppression.
I think the goal is parity: I try to be pro-woman without being anti-man, and I hope and wish that men could do the same in that when they look at the screenplay, they say, ‘Wait, wait, wait – is my daughter represented here, is my wife represented here? Is my sister represented?’
Gender parity in management is a necessity.
When we reach the point where the women athletes are getting their pick of dates just as easily as the men athletes, then we’ve really and truly arrived. Parity at last!
The gender parity is something that has been organic to Eventbrite since we started building a team.
The problem with revenge is that it never evens the score. It ties both the injured and the injurer to an escalator of pain. Both are stuck on the escalator as long as parity is demanded, and the escalator never stops.
I think we are living in a time where the consumer has lots of choices, whether it’s coffee, newspapers or whatever it is. And there is parity in the market place, and as a result of that, the consumer is beginning to make decisions, not just on what things cost and the convenience of it.
I’ve said this before, and I’m sure there are people who disagree, but I feel like one of the reasons there aren’t a lot more women in stand-up – and there are many more now; it’s not parity, but it’s getting there – is that women are not socialized to look stupid or silly. They’re socialized to be pretty and precious.
The BBC is consistently manipulated by Brexiteers into providing them with false parity in arguments where their views add nothing, represent nobody and are demonstrably and factually wrong.
Everybody is entitled to solid living wages, which we don’t hear from Hillary Clinton. She‘s quick to talk about parity, but parity at poverty, and that’s not adequate.
While women certainly have made great strides toward pay parity in the past 30 years, there is still a gap in earnings between men and women in equivalent professions.
I want to be paid fairly for the work that I’m doing. That’s what every single woman around the world wants. We want to be paid on parity with a man in a similar position.