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Katharine Abraham cited in safety net for unemployed in COVID-19 pandemic
The U.S. lags behind other developed countries relative to unemployment benefits, according to researchers in a new paper published by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
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Olivia Carter-Pokras comments on racism and impact of coronavirus on marginalized communities
Scholars discussed how systemic racism in the United States has made historically marginalized communities more vulnerable to coronavirus
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Rashawn Ray consulted amid political divide in US
Dr. Rashawn Ray said, in order to unify, people have to be respectful, have healthy discussions and focus on similarities.
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Global Trends of Mask Usage in 19 Million Adults
Faculty Associate Frauke Kreuter and colleagues are using large scale data gathered on Facebook to get a sense of public understanding about mask-wearing
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Improving Educational Equity and Engagement During the COVID-19 Pandemic and Beyond
Amy Lewin and Kevin Roy work with Montgomery County, Maryland, public schools
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Joseph Richardson interviewed about firearm injury
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Rashawn Ray, Yuko Hara honored
District of Columbia Sociological Society honors scholars
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Richardson, Sangaramoorthy pen OpEd in Inside Higher Education
"Black Lives Matter’ Without Black People?" challenges academic commitment
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Rashawn Ray comments on policies for Black Americans in Trump administration
Many Black Americans disagree with the President's claim to "have done more for Black Americans than anybody"
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Philip Cohen comments on political love gap
The number of people who are looking for a partner but believe it’s not possible to date a person of the opposite political affiliation has risen.
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