Different social and racial groups have varying views of the problem’s urgency.
Philosopher describes racism as a tool for social control and systemic oppression.
Black women are more vulnerable than white men, illustrating how race and gender intersect to shape health outcomes.
MIT historian, and scholar of assimilation and exclusion, surveys the deeper history behind the current crisis.
In a Q&A, Charles Senteio discusses Covid-19 vaccine hesitancy among Black Americans and the “tsunami of inequity” accelerated by the pandemic.
Study: Covid-19 communications featuring racially diverse physicians can improve health outcomes for communities of color
Improved public health messaging to Black, Latinx, and other communities disproportionately impacted by the pandemic can increase Covid-19 knowledge and information-seeking.
Computational model developed at MIT builds off of 2019 research examining colorblind racial attitudes through a video game.
“I love teaching,” says PhD student Clare Kim. “It’s not that I’m just imparting knowledge, but I want [my students] to develop a critical way of thinking.”
In helping envision the MIT Schwarzman College of Computing, working group is focusing on ethical and societal questions.
Solve at MIT 2019 connects cross-sector leaders to accelerate tech startups addressing some of the world’s most pressing problems.
A novel computational model that considers how users have been conditioned to think about race might facilitate training for teachers and students.
At Mens et Manus America event, Hochschild recommends three pillars of action for finding common ground among U.S. voters.