Adhering to Cultural Norms Can Help Immigrants Elicit Acceptance, Study Finds
New research finds Germans are less likely to help a hijab-wearing Muslim woman, but this bias fades if she demonstrates agreement with the national consensus that littering is bad.
What If Climate Change and Rising Nationalism Both Had the Same Solution?
Countries riven by inequality and xenophobia won't be resilient to climate change—which means that the fight against nationalism and the fight against global warming are actually one and the same.
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.
Why New Zealand Will Likely Emerge Stronger and More United After Christchurch
In Twitter responses to a Paris terrorist attack, shared sadness gave way to expressions of solidarity.
Areas Where More Immigrants Settled a Century Ago Have Stronger Economies Today
The evidence suggests that, in the long run, immigration is good for America.
Discomfort With Multiculturalism Linked to Despair
New research points to a possible precursor to America's suicide and opioid epidemics.
Americans Who Fear the Migrant Caravan Don't Meet Very Many Immigrants
New research finds that residents of the Southeast, Midwest, and Mountain Northwest are more likely to view the caravan as a threat than their counterparts in the Northeast and Southwest—where immigrants make up a larger share of the local population.
Research Suggests Trump's Anti-Immigrant Rhetoric Is Making Americans More Xenophobic
White Americans hold many negative stereotypes about undocumented workers.
Viewfinder: Far-Right Protesters and Anti-Nazi Counter-Protesters Clash in Germany
People holding German flags arrive at a right-wing protest gathering near a statue of Karl Marx the day after a man was stabbed and died of his injuries on August 27th, 2018, in Chemnitz, Germany.
Islamophobic Incidents in California Have Skyrocketed Under Trump
Most of the Islamophobic incidents detailed in a new report involved restricted travel following the administration's repeated attempts to enact a travel ban affecting people from Muslim-majority nations.
Xenophobic Prejudice Doesn't Just Affect Immigrants—It Harms U.S.-Born People of Color Too
Anti-immigrant rhetoric may affect a broader population of people than previously thought.
How a Growing Latino Population Provided Fertile Ground for Exploitation by the Trump Campaign
New research suggests Trump's anti-immigrant message kick-started his campaign.
Letter From Dresden, Germany: What It's Like to Be a Refugee in Germany's Conservative Stronghold
"There is a TV crew here from Texas called Infowars. They are the good ones—they are for Trump. Be nice to them."
Why François Hollande Won’t Run for Re-Election in 2017
And what to make of his indictment of the xenophobia plaguing Europe’s left.