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Black and Latino essential workers experience greater safety concerns than their...

Jasmine Kerrissey, University of Massachusetts Amherst; Clare Hammonds, University of Massachusetts Amherst, and Donald T. Tomaskovic-Devey, University of Massachusetts Amherst The Research Brief is a...

New teachers mistakenly assume Black students are angry

Alison Cooke, North Carolina State University; Amy Halberstadt, North Carolina State University, and Pamela Watkins Garner, George Mason University The Research Brief is a short...

Oklahoma is – and always has been – Native land

Dwanna L. McKay, Colorado College Some Oklahomans are expressing trepidation about the Supreme Court’s recent ruling that much of the eastern part of the state...

It takes a long time to vote

Jonathan Coopersmith, Texas A&M University The Conversation, CC BY-ND“No citizen should have to wait more than 30 minutes to vote,” declared a 2014 federal...

Why some Americans seem more ‘American’ than others

Katherine Kinzler, University of Chicago In the United States and many other countries, nationality is defined by a set of legal parameters. It may involve...

Rethinking the K-pop industry’s silence during the Black Lives Matter movement

Hye Jin Lee, University of Southern California, Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism As nationwide protests against police violence and racial inequality continue in the...

Most white parents don’t talk about racism with their kids

David Chae, Auburn University; Leoandra Onnie Rogers, Northwestern University, and Tiffany Yip, Fordham University Though race and racism are at the top of Americans’ public...

From grandfather to grandson, the lessons of the Tulsa race massacre

Gregory B. Fairchild, University of Virginia My family sat down to watch the first episode of HBO’s “Watchmen” last October. Stephen Williams, the director, included...

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Comics captured America’s growing ambivalence about the Vietnam War

Cathy Schlund-Vials, University of Connecticut In America’s imagination, the Vietnam War is not so much celebrated as it is assiduously contemplated. This inward-looking approach is...