It’s tempting to see this trend as a sign of the times. But the biggest book publishers started changing their approach only once they realized they were leaving money on the table.
The use of large language models like ChatGPT is growing globally. These technologies are trained on datasets that recreate biases — as their use increases, their datasets must become more diverse.
While “Black Canada” is a useful blanket term and important organizing identity, a closer look reveals a detailed tapestry of communities that also deserves visibility.
A toolkit for inclusive entrepreneurship education and training was developed with input from a 19-country panel of entrepreneurship educators.
The owner of Robinsons Bookshop has listed several kinds of books ‘missing’ from its shelves, including ‘kids picture books with just white kids on the cover’.
As in the federal and state governments, local elected officials are more likely to be white than their constituents. At times, such as with school boards, the differences are particularly stark.
Our city streets are covered with posters, signage, art and graffiti. How can these public images support diversity and justice in cities?
Listening to voices of racialized students in French immersion matters for creating more inclusive schooling.
There’s a big difference between how Hollywood audiences view Black Panther and how African audiences do.
Many countries wrestle with whether to include any kind of education about religion in public school lessons, and each one takes its own approach.
Racial threats and slights take a toll on health, but the continual invalidation and questioning of whether those so-called microaggressions exist has an even more insidious effect, research shows.
Using technology to screen job applicants might be faster than reading CVs and face- to-face interviews but the most suitable candidate could be overlooked.
Translation involves more than just transferring words from one language to another. Better translations of study materials can improve both the diversity of study participants and research results.
For a project on identifying lead water pipes in homes, outreach through partner groups produced a more representative set of volunteers.
The diversity of Israel’s Jewish population has been a source of tensions, but also strength, over the decades.
Stereotypes about religion vs. science are overblown – but those assumptions can create challenges for religious grad students, a sociologist finds.
After more than 30 years of federalism, ethnic conflict in Ethiopia hasn’t been resolved – but neither has the country disintegrated.
First used in the 1970s, the social theory known as intersectionality triggered widespread debate on racial identifications and the interplay among categories.
Social media is a lifeline for community radio, helping it grow by being shaped by young listeners.
A sociologist interviewed more than 200 Black workers about their experiences. Here’s what she found.