Latest Social inequality Stories
Women have traditionally been viewed as being more social and cooperative than men. However, there is recent evidence that this may not be the case.
A new technique may help reduce physical racial stereotypes and aid in witnessesâ€™ facial identification.
New research may be able to explain why men are more capable of watching what they eat than women.
Tepper School of Business Research Indicates Color-Blind Enrollment Would Provide Little Gain To Non-Minority Students and Result in Alternative Minority Enrollment Strategies PITTSBURGH, Jan.
Social environment may play a major role in the disparity between African-Americans with hypertension compared to whites with the disease, researchers said.
Which serves the interests of the black community better: a black student admitted to a top-tier law school, such as Harvard, Stanford or Yale, and winds up in the bottom 10 percent of his class, flunks out, or cannot pass the bar examination, or a black student admitted to a far less prestigious law school, performs just as well as his white peers, graduates and passes the bar? I, and hopefully any other American, would say that doing well and graduating from a less prestigious law...
By WALTER E.
WASHINGTON - Republican presidential candidate John McCain said Sunday that he supports a proposed ballot initiative in his home state that would prohibit affirmative action policies from state and local governments. A decade ago, he called a similar effort "divisive." Mr.
By Kevin Freking WASHINGTON - Presidential challenger John McCain said Sunday that he supports a proposed ballot initiative in his home state that would prohibit affirmative action policies from state and local governments.
By WILLIAM DOUGLAS By William Douglas McClatchy News Service CHICAGO Presidential challengers John McCain and Barack Obama sparred over affirmative action Sunday, with McCain backing an effort to end state and locally run minority preferences and Obama saying policies that consider race need to continue.