New research shows some people make extreme personality judgments based solely on facial appearance
Yeshiva University’s legal case has garnered national attention, but several similar cases are underway.
LGBT+ people have been eligible to receive COVID vaccines, but lack of ID cards, discrimination, accessibility issues and misinformation have emerged as challenges to do so.
A UK survey found most long COVID sufferers have experienced discrimination, prejudice or shame related to the condition.
Bias-motivated attacks became a distinct crime in the 1980s. But police investigate only a fraction of the roughly 200,000 hate crimes reported each year – and even fewer ever make it to court.
A small but vocal lobby – some aided by US conservatives – have drawn battle lines around unisex bathrooms and gender pronouns.
In Tanzania, only 2% of people born with albinism will live to the age of 40.
A study finds that graduates who attended publicly funded schools were more likely to have open intercultural orientations than those who attended private schools.
The US Supreme Court is poised to determine the fate of the use of race in college admissions. Supporters of affirmative action, like the military, fear the worst.
In the Shelby v. Holder decision, a key section of the landmark 1965 Voting Rights Act was eliminated, thus enabling states with histories of racial discrimination to enact new voting laws.
Many AI algorithms, like facial recognition software, have been shown to be discriminatory to people of color, especially those who are Black.
New research shows discrimination against Aboriginal Victorians in the private rental housing market is systemic, but there are solutions.
The term ‘MSM’ allows public health interventions to gloss over the social, political and cultural complexities of identity. But it’s not without its limitations.
A survey on stereotypes and discrimination in the business world reveals major disparities between men and women.
A social work scholar researches why school suspensions disproportionately affect students from certain groups and what can be done to change that.
Study shows that so-called “socio-cultural attitudes” are not a plausible explanation for the Muslim penalty.
No wonder people are sceptical about providing information – they don’t know why employers want this information or what they’re going to do with it.
With the Manly footy jumper episode providing yet another reminder of the prejudice LGBTQ+ Australians face, new research looks at the challenges faced by queer young people.
Our new research casts a harsh light on the realities of working in film and television.
The new ‘Screenomatic’ model can protect students and academics, while still providing useful feedback.