Biracial Americans Are Facing Unique Stereotypes, a New Study Finds
New research suggests that whites tend to view biracial Americans as attractive misfits.
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.
Schools That Emphasize Diversity Produce Healthier Students
African Americans tend to have poorer health than whites. New research suggests a more welcoming atmosphere in school could make a difference early in life.
Using a Quran to Swear in to Congress: A Brief History of Oaths and Texts
This year, members of the most diverse Congress ever opted for over a dozen different religious and non-religious texts in their swearing-in ceremonies.
Scenes From the Swearing in of the Historic 116th Congress
A total of 127 women were sworn in to the 116th Congress as part of the most diverse class ever.
'Diversity' Is Meaningless as Long as White Supremacy Thrives on Campuses
After decades of diversity initiatives and tokenization, Native students deserve advisers who look like them—and a curriculum that treats them as equals.
Discomfort With Multiculturalism Linked to Despair
New research points to a possible precursor to America's suicide and opioid epidemics.
How Increasingly Diverse Neighborhoods Affect White Anxiety
New research shows what happens in the minds of white Americans when they see demographic change—the results were mixed.
Equipping Schools to Meet the Needs of a More Diverse Classroom
Many schools aren't equipped to meet students where they are—and a big part of that problem centers on schools' and students' limited access to high-quality materials.
Promoting a More Inclusive Bicycle Advocacy Movement
A conversation with urban anthropologist Adonia Lugo about the lack of diversity in bike advocacy, urban infrastructure, and how laws to prevent crashes can adversely affect communities of color.
How Hollywood Can Put More Women Behind the Camera
The inclusion rider can help move Hollywood from conversation to action.
Residents of Racially Diverse Neighborhoods Are More Likely to Help Others
This reflects the fact they are more prone to identify with all of humanity.
Gerber's New Spokesbaby Has Down Syndrome. So What?
Commercial images of cute white babies with Down syndrome aren't revolutionary anymore.
NBC Set to Air First American Drama With Nearly All-Asian Cast
Albert Kim will write the script, about a family-run electronics corporation.