It provides more opportunities.
When previously oppressed people are given the same opportunities as others, it allows them to get a better education, more experience, and earn a higher income. It also allows them less stress and emotional harm, while giving them access to better food options and health care. Taken together, this creates a compounding effect that helps people build better lives for themselves and their families.
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This is what's happened with non-marginalized groups.