- Single payer medicine treats all the same, the rich and the poor have equal rights to sleep under the hospital roof and receive the same care. While the comfortable may choose to pay a premium to heal in first class, they get to the same result at the same time.
- Higher education for all at any college one can be accepted into at no cost is at least theoretically egalitarian. Different preparation and support from parents and mentors will tip the playing field so that those with less preparation will be at a disadvantage, but so will the lazy and stupid denizens of the privileged.
- Rebuilding the infrastructure using local labor is ideally egalitarian although political reality is less so. The best one can do politically is focusing your infrastructure on the disadvantaged areas and hire locally.
- Breaking up banks and making the local subsidiaries responsible for fraudulent activities by making restitution to those damaged paid for by punitive fines to the National banksters would help all equally but since the disadvantaged were the primary victims they would be primary beneficiaries. As an example if Banks were required to return fraudulent foreclosed homes to the original mortgagee repaired to code compliance where known or to homeless families where the original mortgagee is unavailable homelessness would be a minor problem. There are more foreclosed homes unoccupied today than there are homeless.
- A living minimum wage is known to raise living standards for all as minimum wage earners spend essentially all of their earnings. A living wage is a foundation that supports all wages as employers who require more than minimum skills will be forced to raise wages to attract the skills they need. A living wage is also "fuck you" money against an exploitive employer as the employee is not a paycheck away from destitution.
Have you read "A Case for Reparations?" - Coates
That's part of why affirmative action is still so essential.