Children’s books need better representation of people of color.
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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.
Juan Miranda receives a flu shot from Yadira Santiago Banuelos, family nurse practitioner, at the Family Health Clinic of Monon in Monon, Indiana.
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Millions of Latinos may not get the influenza shot this year, which could be an indicator of whether they will get a COVID-19 shot. A rural clinic shows how building trust can help overcome reluctance.
New strategies are needed to help people of color battle the COVID-19 virus.
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In the U.S., people of color are more likely to die of COVID-19 than whites. The new administration can change this.
An operation taking place in 1941 on South Side of Chicago.
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The US has a long history of forced sterilization campaigns that were driven by the bogus 'science' of eugenics, racism and sexism.
Latinx students majoring in business are underrepresented in higher education.
Not many Latino students major in business. A researcher explores the reasons why.
Women of color rarely ascend to positions of leadership in higher education.
Women of color are woefully underrepresented in leadership positions in higher education. What will it take to turn things around?
A new way is needed for schools to engage with parents.
School officials can do a better job engaging families of color. Here are five ways for them to start.