Medical education has not kept up with genetic discoveries — primary care physicians require more genetics and genomics training.
Three decades after poet Frank X. Walker coined the term 'Affrilachia,' the region's poets and artists continue to create work that probes the world of a people long ignored.
Meisha Ross Porter is the new chancellor of New York City's public schools. A scholar of the politics of education touches on her background and what lies ahead.
US suburbs are rapidly diversifying, but students of color often face academic and social hurdles in suburban schools.
Two female filmmakers have been nominated for Best Director in the Oscars' 93rd year. Both their films are about the dashing of dreams, with female protagonists and flashes of cinematic innovation.
Can college professors rap their way into academic publishing? One professor makes an album to prove they can.
A large body of research shows the lack of diversity in the UK news media.
Anguished cries of 'cancel culture' rang out with news that six Dr Seuss books would be shelved. But canceling Dr Seuss is not possible, nor is it the best way to build diversity and understanding.
Despite repeated pledges to improve diversity, data and industry testimony shows that there are fewer people from minority backgrounds getting jobs in the film and TV industries.
One university is showing how the vaccine corps concept can speed up vaccination rates, including launching a large-scale vaccination site staffed by hundreds of students and volunteers.
We have compiled a list of award-winning or shortlisted picture books that depict various aspects of diversity.
Millennials and boomers advising Biden can look for common ground on climate change, student loan debt and other key issues.
A trend towards including more diverse characters has changed children's television, but there's still work to be done, especially when it comes to gender and representation.
Female sexuality and sex on screen have come a long way since the four friends were looking for love in the Big Apple.
Three women of color with Ph.D.s weigh in on their experience being in the academic field.
The late Hollywood star celebrated being young, Black and gifted, both on screen and off.
Books can help children develop a sense of identity. But when characters of color are portrayed negatively, that can send a wrong message to kids.
The sameness of 'weird' university leaderships creates well-documented risks for the sector and adds to the challenges of ensuring higher education meets future needs.
New research on Wisconsin's changing demographics suggests that racial integration and political polarization were a combustible combination in Kenosha, where violence erupted in August.
Mishandling someone's name can lead to social exclusion and unbalanced power dynamics. Putting in the work to get names right reflects a dedication to inclusivity and respect for other cultures.