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A librarian recommends 5 fun fiction books for kids and teens...

Rebecca Weber, Oklahoma State University Disability representation is slowly increasing in books geared toward children and teens.

Disney’s Black mermaid is no breakthrough – just look at the...

Jessica Pressman, San Diego State University Mermaids have become a cultural phenomenon, and clashes about mermaids and race have...

‘Untraditional’ Hanukkah celebrations are often full of traditions for Jews of color

Samira Mehta, University of Colorado Boulder Hanukkah, the Jewish “festival of lights,” commemorates a story of a miracle, when...

Why corporate diversity statements are backfiring — Podcast

Dannielle Piper, The Conversation and Vinita Srivastava, The Conversation https://player.simplecast.com/99d5e829-34b2-412c-933b-d767d5c45faf?dark=true https://cdn.theconversation.com/infographics/572/661898416fdc21fc4fdef6a5379efd7cac19d9d5/site/index.html Equity, diversity, inclusion are...

Resounding success of ‘Black Panther’ franchise says little about the dubious...

Phillip Lamarr Cunningham, Wake Forest University When Marvel Studios released “Black Panther” in February 2018, it marked the first...

Mormon church’s celebration of Latino cultures puts spotlight on often-overlooked diversity

Brittany Romanello, Arizona State University Every November since 2002, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has held...

Yes, Black patients do want to help with medical research –...

Julia Liu, Morehouse School of Medicine and RaKetra Snipes, Morehouse School of Medicine Clinical trial participants are predominantly white....

Male judges are more likely to hire women as clerks after...

Jorgen Harris, Occidental College Despite substantial gains over the past half-century in the numbers of women working in law,...

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Selin Malkoc, The Ohio State University Failure is a part of life, and we make mistakes pretty much every day. How do we cope? Or...