New research evaluates bias according to whether young white children think inequality is innate or environmental.
Progress in closing a persistent gap in excess stillbirths experienced by Black women compared with white women has also stalled.
Teaching people about racial inequality in United States history can change their views and add nuance to their thinking, research indicates.
If first graders Aaliyah and Katie each verbally tell a story, will a white teacher assess the narratives without bias? New research indicates no.
It’s been two years since Derek Chauvin killed George Floyd during a police stop. What has changed—and what still needs to be done? Two law professors weigh in.
An expert explains the rising number of hate crimes in the US as well as white nationalist violence after the recent mass shooting in Buffalo, New York.
The combined effects of COVID-19 fears and workplace racism is causing nurses of color to suffer through a “dual pandemic,” researchers say.
Housing discrimination practices dating from the 1930s, called redlining, still drive air pollution disparities in hundreds of American cities today.
“Structural oppression is a matter of life and death for young Black sexual minority men,” says Devin English.
“Counterspeech” is one option for fighting hate speech online. Of three versions, inducing empathy seems to work best, say researchers.