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African Americans have long defied white supremacy and celebrated Black culture in public spaces

Protesters at the Richmond, Virginia monument to Confederate General Robert E. Lee on June 18, 2020. Zach D Roberts/NurPhoto via Getty ...

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Pivot to remote learning creates a chance to reinvent K-12 education

Lights, camera, learn! AaronAmat/iStock via Getty Images Plus Carl Kurlander, University of Pittsburgh Many of the nation’s 57 million ...

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COVID-19 clinical trials lack diversity

Trials need more Black, Indigenous and people of color to generalize results to larger U.S. population Despite disproportionately higher ...

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Racism and COVID-19

By Karen Kruse Thomas and Dayna Kerecman Myers • Photo by Will Kirk There’s a saying that when America catches a cold, African ...

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H-1B workers pay billions in taxes to fund programmes that benefit American citizens

  The Donald Trump administration has often blamed H-1B workers for stealing jobs from Americans. But this myopic view ignores how much ...

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The coronavirus pandemic ‘has undone years of work’ for women

  Women, especially middle-aged ones, have been hit the hardest by the coronavirus pandemic in terms of job loss, fewer options for remote ...

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Go where the jobs are - How to switch careers in a pandemic

  Even as unemployment spikes amid the coronavirus crisis, demand for tech workers is on the rise. Here’s how to go where the jobs ...

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Why are Black and Latino people still kept out of the tech industry?

  It seemed like tech was turning a corner. For years, the industry's giants had resisted calls to disclose workforce diversity ...

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