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All kinds of gatekeepers—from journal editors and peer reviewers to government agencies and funders—can help build a system that treats researchers and participants and communities more equitably.
Research often lumps together racial and ethnic groups, which can erase the experiences of certain communities.
Worker prepares a food box
Public policy decisions will determine whether disparities in food insufficiency widen over the duration of this pandemic.
A “redlining” map of Richmond, Virginia, from 1937 produced by the Home Owners’ Loan Corporation used to appraise home values and neighborhoods.
To lessen and reverse the pandemic's effects on Black families' income and wealth, consciously consider the persistent effects of the country’s legacy of human trafficking, bondage, and disadvantage. 
A new book by Urban’s communications team explains strategies to get research into the hands of people who can use it.
A popular article highlighted stories from American families with incomes ranging from $75,000 to $400,000.
Mike Trout may sign the largest contract in sports history, a $430 million, 12-year extension with the Los Angeles Angels.
Many researchers do not think hard enough about who they are trying to reach.
The questions we ask when we examine data visualizations can be crucial to how we understand complicated issues.
Conscious, purposeful decisions can help readers reach conclusions and gain insights from the data.

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