Why are there such great disparities in COVID-19 deaths across race/ethnic groups in the U.S.? Here's a recent review from New York City: The racial/ethnic disparities in COVID-related mortality may be explained by increased risk of disease because of difficulty engaging in social distancing because of crowding and occupation, and increased disease severity because of…
The story that he had no idea cross-burning was racist runs afoul of the circumstantial evidence.
Good lessons about things that scare people who teach family sociology: being wrong, being called racist, and getting fired for saying something on Facebook.
Watching out for numbers that confirm what we know, and stories that confirm what we expect.
How Chetty et al. -- and Brad Wilcox -- illustrated a .61 relationship with a .93 figure.
The burgeoning elite conversation about economic mobility,
poverty, and inequality is good news. It's avoidance of race is
We're pretty much back to the early 1990s, after a decade in which African American seemed like it might be pulling ahead of Black.