While the U.S. features mainly white men, many countries highlight a more diverse range of people on their currencies.
An analysis of the artists represented in the permanent collections of America's major art museums finds three-quarters of them are white men.
Commercial images of cute white babies with Down syndrome aren't revolutionary anymore.
A recent study finds that female students are more likely to enroll in an upper-level economics class if they have encountered successful women role models in that field.
Analyzing the persistent pressure on black audiences to root for products that aren't always very good.
The introduction of redheaded emojis as draft candidates comes as a victory for gingers who have campaigned for representation in emoji for years.
In her latest series, Seanan McGuire foregrounds young children who have just returned from magical worlds—and happen to be predominantly girls.
Creating nice-looking congressional districts can often undermine their far more important political qualities—but that hasn't stopped people from trying.
It's not news that money buys influence in Washington, D.C. New research suggests that's pretty much a default position the better-off earn by just being better-off.