Social and institutional barriers are keeping African American students from the ranks of gifted and talented programs.
Suppression: A Common Thread in American Democracy
Substance Use Disorder Is a Public Health Issue, Not a Criminal Justice Issue
Five Truths About Voter Suppression
There Is a Supply of Diverse Workers in Tech, So Why Is Silicon Valley So Lacking in Diversity?
The Intersection of Policing and Race
Voters of color in Alabama and Texas are suing their states, claiming that they have no representation in judicial elections.
The association of Muslims with terrorists in the wake of the 9/11 attacks continues to affect the nation in myriad ways.
Colin Kaepernick’s silent protest reminds Americans that calling out injustice is more glorious than scoring touchdowns.
Decades of immigration have altered the racial and ethnic makeup of the United States, and it is today’s children who will be the vanguards of this new, diverse America.
Purging prejudice from the pews will move America closer toward a long overdue racial reconciliation.
In honor of back-to-school season, this column takes a look at the U.S. teen labor market.
Adequate social and economic support is essential to ensure the economic security, health, and well-being of vulnerable seniors and their caregivers.
The early childhood workforce as a whole is grossly underpaid. New CAP analyses suggest that female African American teachers who work full time earn even less than their white counterparts.
African American women are increasingly vital to the health of the U.S. economy and the economic security of their families, yet they experience significant pay disparities and face unique barriers in the workplace that can undermine their ability to thrive.
Wage equality is a key issue for Millennials. But for young black women, it is not only a concern, it is a determining factor in their quality of life.
The U.S. Department of Justice’s report on Baltimore chronicles yet another police department that routinely abused its power and violated the civil rights of African Americans.
While the child care crisis means all families have poor choices, African American families have even fewer options.
Courts have overturned several state-level voter suppression laws, but the cases should never have been necessary in the first place.
Much of the United States’ policy support is currently reserved for tribal members living on reservations, leaving Native Americans who live in urban areas without much recourse.