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International Statistic of the Year: Race for a COVID-19 vaccine

On Dec. 8, 2020, the first members of the public were given doses of a coronavirus vaccine. AP Photo/Frank Augstein, Pool Liberty Vittert, ...

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Computer science jobs pay well and are growing fast. Why are they out of reach for so many of America’s students?

Black and Hispanic students are underrepresented in Advanced Placement courses in computer science. Maskot/Getty Images Tamara Pearson, Spelman ...

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Op-Ed Urging Jill Biden To Drop The 'Dr.' Sparks Outrage Online

  An opinion column in The Wall Street Journal came under fire over the weekend for asking educator and incoming first lady ...

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The iconic American inventor is still a white male – and that’s an obstacle to race and gender inclusion

Thomas Edison remains the poster child of American invention 89 years after his death. Underwood & Underwood via the Library of ...

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Germany agrees on law for mandatory female quotas in the boardroom

  The German government has agreed on mandatory female quotas on the boards of leading businesses, a move that Berlin says was necessary as ...

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From Tuskegee to a COVID Vaccine: Diversity and Racism Are Hurdles in Drug Trials

  AMID A SEEMINGLY endless pandemic, as a spiraling number of COVID-19 deaths presage what could be a long, dark winter, the news ...

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Why Diversity And Inclusion Are Crucial In Times Of Disruption

  In times of increasing disruption and uncertainty, companies need to continue to prioritize diversity and inclusiveness (D&I) for the ...

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Apple hires Intel’s Barbara Whye as its new head of diversity

  Apple has announced a new vice president of inclusion and diversity. Barbara Whye, who has made a name for herself as Intel’s head of ...

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