Cell Phone Data Adds New Detail to Our Picture of Urban Segregation
The movement of millions of phones shows that Americans experience less racial isolation once they get out of their neighborhoods.
March 11, 2022
Learning to address anti-Black racism in the clinic
A course designed by Stanford Medicine's Presence 5 helps medical instructors teach anti-Black racism in the clinic.
March 11, 2022
Faculty Seminar Series | "Gender Backlash & Race" with Brian Lowery (GSB)
In this talk, Dr. Lowery examines how race moderates gender backlash and the ways that genders are constructed within races.
February 10, 2022
Stanford scholars examine systemic racism, how to advance racial justice in America
Black History Month is an opportunity to reflect on the Black experience in America and examine continuing systemic racism and discrimination in the U.S.
February 01, 2022
Are Your Data Visualizations Racist?
Three ways to be more equitable and inclusive with your data and data visualizations.
December 02, 2021
Interview: Bringing an Anti-Racist Approach to Collective Impact
Two collective impact leaders discuss using the framework to achieve social change and how to put anti-racism at the center of cross-sector collaborations.
November 29, 2021
Stanford history project centers on marginalized Bay Area community
Stanford historians are illuminating the complex story of environmental damage in San Francisco's Bayview-Hunters Point neighborhood.
September 22, 2021
Anger and sadness soared following George Floyd’s death, particularly among Black Americans, Stanford psychologists find
As the nation mourned the death of George Floyd, more Black Americans than white Americans felt angry or sad – a finding that reveals the racial disparities of grief.
September 20, 2021
Conversations about race between Black and white friends feel risky, but are valuable, Stanford psychologists find
New research about how friends approach talking about their race-related experiences with each other reveals concerns but also the potential
September 20, 2021
Study reveals differences in how Black and white U.S. parents talked to their kids about race and racism before and after George Floyd’s death
After George Floyd’s murder, Black parents talked about race and racism with their kids more. White parents did not and were more likely to give their kids colorblind messages.
September 15, 2021
And Justice For All: Improving Access Through Digital Tools, Innovative Design
Stanford Law faculty, students and alumni discuss how the pandemic could speed technology and practice solutions to the access-to-justice crisis.
August 06, 2021
Designing Anti-Racist Technologies for a Just Future
Experts critiqued smart cities, agtech, blockchain, and policing during Stanford's first Technology and Racial Equity Conference.
June 28, 2021
May 17, 2021
Stanford scholars reflect on contributions of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders during heritage month and a period of increased racial violence
The many contributions of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders are noted by Stanford scholars during a time that has seen a drastic rise in anti-Asian hate crimes.
May 10, 2021
Why People Who Have It Easy Claim They Had It Rough
When confronted with evidence of systemic inequality, people with privilege may react by overstating the obstacles they’ve faced.
May 04, 2021
Stanford Libraries Spotlight Exhibit: Rise Up for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders
Spotlight exhibit about the history of systemic racism against the AAPI community.
May 01, 2021
Chauvin guilty verdict is important, but more work needs to be done to advance racial justice, Stanford scholars say
Stanford scholars Hakeem Jefferson, Robert Weisberg and Matthew Clair weigh in on the Derek Chauvin verdict.
April 20, 2021
Selective De-Policing: Stanford Law Team Proposes New Routes to Public Safety in Racially Diverse Communities
Report on non-police approaches to mental health, homeless crises, school discipline & traffic violations demonstrates public safety benefits, especially for vulnerable communities
April 09, 2021
Hannah Valantine on weaving diversity into the fabric of biomedical institutions
After six years at the National Institutes of Health, cardiologist Hannah Valantine has returned to Stanford with new ideas for building a more diverse and inclusive campus
March 12, 2021
February 23, 2021