Scholars Say COVID-19 Has Exposed America’s Racial Fault Lines

April 17, 2020/by Briella Hargrove

In Netflix’s ‘#blackAF,’ Kenya Barris dares you to laugh at — or with — a black Larry David

April 17, 2020/by Briella Hargrove

Duke Professor: COVID-19 Means Long-Term Economic Pain For African Americans

April 15, 2020/by Briella Hargrove

Vulnerability

April 15, 2020/by Lucas Hubbard

Limited health care access contributes to virus’ heavier toll among blacks, Duke profs say

April 15, 2020/by Lucas Hubbard

From Here to Equality

April 15, 2020/by Briella Hargrove

DUKE EXPERTS ON HOW TO HELP STRUGGLING FAMILIES IN THE PANDEMIC

April 14, 2020/by Briella Hargrove

Cook Center Cancelling 2020 Young Scholars Program

April 9, 2020/by Lucas Hubbard

The Effects of Heat Exposure on Human Mortality Throughout the United States

April 8, 2020/by Briella Hargrove

Before COVID-19, Corporate America Shortchanged Black Women $50 Billion Annually: Why All Women Should Care

April 7, 2020/by Briella Hargrove

Ways & Means Presents: Sealing The Cracks In Our Democracy

April 6, 2020/by Briella Hargrove

Experts warn of mental health fallout from mass US unemployment

April 6, 2020/by Lucas Hubbard

People of Color Take a Major Hit as the Economy Struggles Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic

March 30, 2020/by Briella Hargrove

As economy struggles amid coronavirus, low-wage workers of color taking a major hit…

March 25, 2020/by Briella Hargrove

Reparations Scholar Dr. Sandy Darity Releases Book Early

March 20, 2020/by Briella Hargrove
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