Racial segregation is a stubborn feature of our nation’s history, but it doesn’t have to be our future
Communities across the country are looking at the pervasive consequences of racial segregation.
The catchall category “AAPI” is popular among researchers and race equity advocates, but can conflate the identities and issues of two distinct groups.
Gaps in housing services, funding, and data challenge American Indians and Alaska Natives in metropolitan areas
On tribal lands, people are more aware of the housing-related services available to them.
A new CDC report suggests that the black-white disparity in death rates has vanished. But the real story on mortality trends is more nuanced.
The variation within the Asian population is often overlooked because disaggregated data is difficult to come by.
The legal status of land in Indian Country is complicated and makes obtaining mortgages difficult.
Homelessness in Indian Country primarily takes the form of doubling up rather than sleeping on the street, making it less conspicuous.
The gender pay gap is frequently dismissed by statistically removing the chief determinant of wages in a market economy: the type of work you do.
The Census Bureau announced it would include questions about sexual orientation and gender identity in the 2020 Census—then did an abrupt about-face.
Nearly one in three nonelderly black Americans have past-due medical bills—a concerning number given the consequences for physical and financial health.