Even though a large part of human DNA is identical, inequality is innate to all of us and comes from a tiny part of our DNA that is sequenced differently, the reason why we all look, act, and behave differently. That small part is precisely responsible for the expansion of the fringe at the fractal of human evolution. The key is not to flatten out humanity for us all to think and behave the same but to emphasize the crucial contribution of our differences.
It is essential not to mute but to emphasize and promote the individual merit of inequality. This is entirely different from positive or negative segregation of people based on shared attributes we are so empathically promulgating today.