Anti-Asian hate crimes surged by 169% in 15 major US cities between 2020-2021. We outline how individual and organizational changes can support minorities.
There has been a surge of anti-Asian hate crimes and racism during the COVID-19 pandemic - and children have not been spared. Here's what to do about it.
Juneteenth, the day marking the end of slavery in the US, presents an opportunity to reflect on the systemic racism that's long cut across international borders.
The pressure for companies to act on racial equality has increased. Many are focusing on seven main actions to increase diversity, equity and inclusion.
Congress has approved a bill to make Juneteenth, on 19 June, a federal holiday to commemorate the end of slavery in the US. Here's what you need to know.
Literature has the potential to open up discussions on race, allowing for reflection and to confront inequities, writes Professor of English Sarah Donovan.
Business leaders across the US are having frank conversations about diversity in the workplace. Here are several books every executive should know about.
A study has found people of colour face greater levels of heat stress than white residents in American urban areas. Segregation could be the cause.
One year after the death of George Floyd, many companies in the US - and beyond - are grappling with a “racial reckoning” as they address systemic racial inequity in the workplace.
Its been one year since the murder of George Floyd, with research suggesting that police killings affect Black communities not directly involved in incidents.
A new study in Science Advances has explored peoples' exposure to air pollution based on race/ethnicity and income level, which could help address inequities.
China native Chloe Zhao was named best director for "Nomadland," making her the first Asian woman and only the second woman ever to take home the award.
Black Americans are less likely to own a car or have access to digitally-driven modes of transport and are more reliant on under-threat public transport
According to new Pew Research Center analysis, Black and Hispanic workers remain underrepresented in STEM jobs compared with their share of the U.S. workforce.
Four academics offer their insight into the trial of Derek Chauvin and discuss the societal implications moving forward.