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In recent decades, “racial disparity” has become the central framework for discussing inequities affecting African Americans in the United States. In this usage, disparity refers to the disproportionate statistical representation of some categorically defined populations on average in the distribution of undesirable things—unemployment, low wages, infant mortality, poor education, incarceration, etc. And by corollary logic, such social groupings are also found to be statistically...
I popped the question — and I'm so glad I did.
PHILADELPHIA — The Eagles, losers of three consecutive games, qualify as one of the NFL’s most disappointing teams. They are 5-7 and only because the Cowboys (6-7) are not much better is there an actual playoff chase — more like a crawl — going on in the NFC East. Strangely, the Eagles have yet to
This is not the beginning of the end of women’s sports. Trans women are women.
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Can anyone recall the ads they saw when they last opened their browser? Almost no one does. With increasingly more ads on all platforms, people have become blind to advertising, or worse — almost half of the population is now using ad blockers. The ad industry is in crisis, struggling to reach their audience, let alone engage them. Brands need to figure out a way to appeal to a new generation of customers who are more receptive to experience than intrusive advertising. Luckily, immersive...
From "The Crown" to the Astros' sign-stealing scandal, here are five things you can discuss about that aren't the administration or the 2020 election.