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What should federal agencies consider to ensure communities most vulnerable to privacy attacks don’t become more at risk?
African American museums are more than guardians of history and culture.
Investing in expanding the evidence base to address structural inequality can help create real, lasting change and better outcomes for children.
Closing the wealth gap requires short- and long-term policies that provide economic relief over the next year.
When city leaders remove symbols of racism and bigotry from public life and spaces, it sends a message that they will no longer tolerate racist practices.
Reports from states with available data suggest vaccines have not been distributed equitably across racial and ethnic groups so far.
Establishing the Equitable Data Working Group is an important step to improving federal data infrastructure. What comes next?
Native Americans are 3.5 times more likely to be diagnosed with the virus than white people, in large part because of inadequate health care services.
Family collects water for their home in the Navajo Nation
Protecting the rising generation of rural children of color will depend on rapid, expansive action by stakeholders across policy and nonprofit sectors.
A survey in Washington State provides a model for other states to strengthen relationships with and better serve American Indian tribes and Native communities.

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