I began contemplating various incidents where children were exposed to racially charged ideas and rhetoric.
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Male Investors in the UK Expected to Make Over £10,000 More Than Women by 2030 Due to Gender Pay Gap
Women in the UK stand to make over £10,000 less on investments than men by 2030, thanks to the gender pay gap.
Are there specific communities that bear the brunt of suicide mortality?
Martin Luther King Jr is widely celebrated and recognised as a national hero in the US.
John Schnatter, the founder and former CEO of Papa John’s Pizza, faced criticism and resigned from his position in 2018 after reports surfaced that he used the N-word during a …
In a recent case, a 25-year-old British Asian man, Asad Farooq, is suing Liverpool Football Club, alleging racial discrimination after his job application for an administrative role was rejected.
A White woman wrote an advice column in the Guardian, asking whether people of colour could be racist and if racism towards White individuals was “a real thing”.
Racial discrimination and bias are painful realities and increasingly recognised as detrimental to the health of adults and children.
Latino sexual minority men who experience racial, ethnic, and sexual prejudice are more likely to delay HIV testing.
Experiences of discrimination and acculturation are known to have a detrimental effect on a person’s health.
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Anti-Bias Police Training Improved Performance and Reduced Discrimination-Based Complaints Significantly
In recent years, many police departments have mandated or encouraged anti-bias training.
Equity between the sexes, less discrimination, and a more tolerant society – any reasonable person would want this.
Academics have uncovered an “extreme underappreciation” of firms with CEOs who are openly gay, lesbian, trans, or bisexual – and they say it’s driven by discrimination.
Adolescents of colour with a disability or special healthcare need (SHCN) were almost twice as likely to experience racial discrimination compared to peers of colour without SHCNs.
Becoming aware and caring for our mental health is crucial to our overall well-being, yet it often goes unnoticed and unaddressed.