“Our health is all interconnected and inextricable from the conditions in which we live,” says epidemiologist Dr. Sandro Galea.
“She was prescient in many ways,” says Nina Banks, editor of a new book on the speeches and writing of Sadie T. M. Alexander.
An excerpt from a Federal Reserve conference series about race and the economy focused on diversifying the profession itself.
“I want to look at reports and see all of me,” says economist Rhonda Vonshay Sharpe.
Slayings underscored the unseen struggles of Asian women, especially immigrants and those working low-wage jobs.
Economic policies have long excluded entire communities. The Biden administration is putting special emphasis on reviewing housing policy.
Labels have long been accused of racist, exploitative practices toward artists. Some now pledge to support social justice and diversify executive ranks.
It's a plan to ensure that post-pandemic economic recovery is built around promoting racial equality.