New county-by-county breakdowns show the disparities are widest in south New Jersey but still sizable in the urbanized north.
“Cascading collective trauma,” propelled by repeated police shootings, the 24-hour news cycle and social media, pushes against our ability to find closure and mentally heal.
Vaccine campaigns were already unrolling unequally, so Johnson & Johnson’s candidate raises some tricky ethical questions for the coming months.
Nearly 60% of Asian students—or roughly 6 out of 10—have opted out of in-person learning, the most of any race or ethnic group in the city school system.
“The reality of COVID is that it has exposed and exacerbated certain health inequalities."
“All Americans are paying a price, but communities of color have the heaviest cross to bear."
"The white picket fence. It's the symbol of the American dream."
The shopping cart race took to the rainy streets of Brooklyn and Queens this past weekend.
A study on two Brooklyn rezonings comes as fair housing advocates prepare to lobby for City Council legislation that would force the city to perform a racial impact study as part of its rezoning process.
As an ensemble cast of semi-ambitious young white people trying to make it in New York City, Rachel and Ross and Phoebe and Joey and Monica and Chandler were ultimately able to live in delusion and thrive in ways that black and brown people never could or can.
The pushback from Gingrich and his ilk only further illustrates the impact and necessity of the 1619 Project, which is at once spectacular and damning—an illumination that bleeds and breathes, rooted in black language, black life, and black history.
The series, which ended its second season last Sunday, is a plot-addled melange of marriage, single motherhood, domestic violence, sexual assault, and murder... but race, not so much.
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