People learn racism from the culture that surrounds them and media they consume, but that doesn’t need to be the end of the story.
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If you’re American – regardless of the color of your skin – racism structures how you think. Changing the system should change these implicit biases.
Will protests on campus look different after COVID-19?
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A 2018 study found that Black activist students were less likely to get a response to their college inquiries. A sociologist discusses whether the protests of 2020 will do anything to change that.
Black students who express an interest in racial justice are less likely to get a response from predominantly white, private liberal arts colleges, new research shows.
New research by sociologist Ted Thornhill shows that black students who indicate they plan to fight for racial justice are more likely to be ignored by white admissions counselors.
Florida Gulf Coast University professor Ted Thornhill discusses his course on ‘White Racism.’
Controversy ignited when a Florida Gulf Coast University professor began teaching a ‘white racism’ course this year. Ted Thornhill says his course is rooted in a ‘damning body’ of evidence.
Revellers at a carnival in Sao Paulo wear mosquito masks in a reference to the
Aedes aegypti mosquito, which can spread dengue and Zika on February 4, 2016.
Emerging research suggests that preexisting immunity to dengue virus, which is endemic in South America, could make a subsequent Zika infection worse.