Twitter Will Remove Dehumanizing Content Against Religious Groups
The expansion of the social media company's hateful content policy doesn't go as far as initially promised.
The Most Racist People Are Also the Most Likely to Underestimate Their Racism
New research finds that the famous Dunning-Kruger Effect extends to the way we think about our own racism and sexism.
Trump's Racist Remarks Helped Boost Down-Ballot Republicans in 2016
A new analysis finds that appeals to racial resentment inspired some white voters to support candidates whose ideology was different from theirs.
How Generation Z Can Safeguard the Future of America
If older Americans can learn from the more enlightened racial attitudes among Generation Z, then the country can look forward to a bright future.
Regional Immigration, Local Segregation: The Toxic Mix That Triggers Whites' Fears
New research suggests neighborhood-level diversity can reduce perceived threat, but regional diversity has the opposite effect.
Research Suggests Exposure to Multiculturalism Prompts People to Inflate the Importance of Race
A new study finds promoting the philosophy can solidify the belief there are deep-seated, unalterable differences between races.
There's a Distinct Brain Function Behind Prejudice
New neural research could help us design better anti-prejudice interventions.
More Evidence That Black Shoppers Are Subject to Racism
In a survey, 80 percent of African Americans reported experiencing racial stigma and stereotypes in stores.