After hovering near five-decade lows of around 3.5% for most of 2023, the unemployment rate ticked up 0.3 percentage point in August to 3.8%, according to the Labor Department’s monthly jobs report. On its own, that rise in unemployment isn’t...
Discrimination based on one's race and ethnicity is alive and well in the workplace, according to research out of Rutgers University. Attitudes among workers today about divided workplaces are similar to decades ago, so companies should use the new data as a...
The study, conducted with support from WorkRise at the Urban Institute, captures the perceptions and experiences of racial and ethnic discrimination at work with a nationally representative survey sample of 3,277 full- and part-time U.S. workers.
In addition to discussing the inspiration for her path to an academic career in public health and biostatistics. Shar Williams shares the research she has done in areas of depression, anxiety, suicide, and PTSD, and the findings that show exposure to discrimination and socio-economic disadvantages impact health outcomes.
Wilson’s progressive politics did not extend to racial politics. President Holloway noted that the distance between Wilson’s rhetoric and his policies was vast.
COVID-19 continues to have a disparate impact on Black and Brown communities. Why is a community so greatly affected so apprehensive about taking a vaccine?