While research shows children are more likely to identify white adults as being "in charge," they also take cues from posture.
None of the social media platforms received a score above 48 percent, GLAAD's 2022 safety index found.
The gender pay gap persists at a time when about 67 percent of the world's health and care workers are women.
Black households encounter about 13.5 percent more inflation volatility than white households, researchers said.
The highest- and lowest-income areas of California now have life expectancy differences exceeding 15 years, researchers found.
LGBTQI+ migrants around the world "may experience abuse" in detention centers, researchers with UCLA's Williams Institute said.
Only 90 of the estimated 90,000 school board members in the country are known members of the LGBTQ community, the report says.
About 1.8 million people identify as LGBT in Texas, according to a recent analysis of Census Bureau survey data.
Race and ethnicity terms were used in about 30 percent of the pediatric clinical practice guidelines reviewed by researchers, according to a new study.
Black baseball players made up only about 7.2 percent of all MLB players at the start of the 2022 season, according to a report released this week.
Changes are needed at NASA now to impact proposed space missions decades in the future, researchers said of their Wednesday report.
About 27 percent of U.S. adults said they did not think states should be required to provide public education to all children.
Nearly 70 years after the historic Supreme Court decision, a new report said U.S. school segregation remains "commonplace."
About 1 billion people with disabilities who need assistive technology have been "denied access," according to a new UNICEF and WHO report.
Despite recent gains for women and people of color, the report said Latino and Asian American directors "remain underrepresented" in television.
The number demonstrates an increase in uninsured Hispanic adults from numbers reported previously in 2019 and 2020.
The survey results indicate American perceptions of Asian Americans in the U.S. "are worsening," LAAUNCH said in a tweet.
Immigrant workers currently fill one in five health care support positions and "will play a critical role" in meeting the anticipated rise in demand.
Women waited nearly 11 minutes longer for treatment than men, while patients of color experienced wait times 10 to 15 minutes longer, the study found.
Most survey participants said they experienced anxiety or depression, but 60 percent of those who wanted mental health care said they couldn't get it.
Nearly half of the survey's respondents identified racial discrimination as "a very big problem" in the U.S., researchers said.
Experts are encouraging AAPI women to embrace mental health resources amid rising concerns about the coronavirus pandemic's lasting impacts.
Five social media platforms collectively did not act on about 89 percent of flagged anti-Muslim posts, the study said.
Border wall-related fall injuries that occurred between 2019 and 2021 cost local hospitals about $13 million, researchers said.
Discriminatory policies implemented in the 1930s may be limiting current mental health access in previously redlined communities, researchers said.
More than half of the city's residents believe Los Angeles is headed "in the wrong direction," researchers said.
More than 780 antisemitic incidents were reported in New York and New Jersey alone, according to the ADL's annual report.
Debates about whether science and religion can overlap are often made in broad strokes, but researchers say there is more agreement than widely believed.
"These findings suggest that an intervention for anti-Black racism in academic medicine is needed urgently," researchers wrote.
Researchers said the statistic doesn't include the workers with disabilities working for pay below the federal minimum wage.