Philosopher describes racism as a tool for social control and systemic oppression.
CEE and DUSP faculty members recognized for excellence in leadership, service, and impactful work tackling environmental and social justice issues.
The Cambridge-area innovation hub has been buffeted by the events of the past year but also shown great resilience and creativity, speakers said.
Seven MIT researchers see lessons and opportunities for US health care.
In a Q&A, Charles Senteio discusses Covid-19 vaccine hesitancy among Black Americans and the “tsunami of inequity” accelerated by the pandemic.
Regina Barzilay, Fotini Christia, and Collin Stultz describe how artificial intelligence and machine learning can support fairness, personalization, and inclusiveness in health care.
Fund supported by the Office of the Chancellor is advancing mental health, well-being, and racial justice projects at MIT.
As the world reduces carbon pollution, research from the MIT Environmental Solutions Initiative shows the need to protect schools in counties that rely on the fossil fuel industry.
Forum features a range of experiences and perspectives about law enforcement and equity.
Keynote speaker at MIT’s annual MLK Celebration says fighting white supremacy requires far more than just reducing its harm.