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Racism against Asian Americans isn't unique to the coronavirus pandemic—everyone else is just becoming more aware now

  On March 2nd, I went to Costco. News that coronavirus (COVID-19) could hit the U.S. the same way it had devastated China in January ...

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Another Thing the Virus Could Kill: More Than 1,000 Colleges and Universities

  COVID-19 has disrupted our world in big and small ways. We have shut down as a nation to save lives. We watch the news and ...

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How millions of women became the most essential workers in America

  Every day, Constance Warren stands behind the cold cuts counter at a grocery store in New Orleans, watching the regular customers come and ...

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Racial Disparities and the Pandemic: Looking Past the Rhetoric of ‘Racism’

  It’s hard not to notice the effort to place racism against black Americans at the center of the coronavirus story. In pursuit of ...

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Stop the coronavirus stigma now - The pandemic is fuelling deplorable racism and discrimination, especially against Asian people

When the World Health Organization (WHO) announced in February that the disease caused by the new coronavirus would be called COVID‑19, the name ...

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A grim reminder that these women get paid less than men — even on the front lines of coronavirus

Women are more likely than men to work in industries substantially affected by the coronavirus pandemic, according to a new analysis by ...

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Less than one-fifth of reported rapes and sexual assaults lead to arrests

Protesters attended Harvey Weinstein’s first day of trial. lev radin/Shutterstock.com Melissa Morabito, University of Massachusetts Lowell and ...

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The sharing economy helps women find new economic opportunities in Jordan

Allison J. Anderson, University of Washington Across the world, women face online stalking, threats to their reputation and surveillance or ...

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