Disability classifications in the U.S. are subjective and inconsistent, and prone to bias based on context.
"You shouldn't have a 20-year-old with coronary artery disease."
Across the United States, politicians are taking steps toward enacting legislation that reduces racist bias against pregnant Black women and infants. But there's still a challenging journey ahead.
Polygenic scores were nearly five times less accurate for people of African descent than people of European descent, a new study has found.
After three mistrials, a jury convicted former Oklahoma police officer Shannon Kepler of manslaughter for the death of 19-year-old Jeremey Lake in 2014.
Some students are scared to express “nuanced” ideas at Evergreen State College
Bystander intervention is seen as one of the most powerful tools in preventing on-campus sexual assaults—but a new study shows that white students feel "less personal responsibility" to help their black peers.
Researchers suggest poorly trained officers could have a “false sense of superiority” based on their uniform.
Judge Aaron Persky in June handed down a sentence of six months jail time to Brock Turner, an All-American swimmer and Stanford student convicted of sexually assaulting an unconscious woman.
The Department of Justice spent one year investigating the BPD, and here are some of the most shocking statistics it published.