Covid-19 has raised important questions about the many different ways of belonging to a country: where does the boundary between insiders and outsiders lie and who should be in or out?
The findings suggest that many Black and Hispanic Americans don’t believe health care providers are listening to them.
Thousands of workers at meat- and poultry-processing plants have contracted COVID-19, and hundreds have died. A legal scholar recommends ways to make their jobs safer.
The US environmental justice movement dates back to the early 1980s, but federal support for it has been weak and inconsistent. Here are four things Biden’s EPA can do to improve that record.
What the polls and the candidates keep getting wrong about the United States’ largest minority group.
Half of Jacinda Ardern’s ten most senior ministers are now women, lifting NZ’s global gender ranking from 50th to 26th.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, India’s Narendra Modi government has been successful in scapegoating, discriminating against and marginalizing minorities, putting lives at greater risk.
How should Asian Americans respond to rising anti-Asian racist actions? History may offer some lessons during the pandemic.
In urban Namibia, performance poetry provides a safe space for women to share their experiences and challenge traditional ideas.
Minority patients do better when treated by doctors who share the same race or ethnicity But there’s a problem. Most doctors are white, and only 6% of doctors are black.
By 2050, the majority of Americans will not be white. That future is already on its way here – just look at the demographics of kids ages 10 and under.
The US Constitution is supposed to protect freedom of religion. But in the 20th century, white Christian nationalists used this ideal to discriminate against Jews and justify their exclusion.
Major US environmental organizations have promised to diversify their staffs and boards for more than 20 years, but moved slowly. Will workplace scandals make a difference?
By obsessing over labels, we avoid having to confront more difficult questions.
A country’s tax policies say a lot about what it values – and some of America’s tend to promote inequality.
The way books are sorted at the library can be highly political, touching upon issues of race and identity.
Minorities are driving the bicycling boom, but bike infrastructure investments often neglect their needs. A new study explores what riders in low-income and minority neighborhoods want.
In the US, non-whites have higher birth rates and make up the bulk of new immigrants. As white people lose their demographic majority, some will resist the accompanying political changes.
In the next Congress, white men will make up 60 percent of the House and 71 percent of the Senate – a historic low.
A longstanding view of minorities as outsiders contributes to negative encounters with campus police. A researcher argues how greater empathy can lessen the urge to call the police in the first place.