Latinos, those with only high school education, and under-30s hit harder by layoffs than other groups, according to new Tufts University national survey
The laws governing housing, along with redlining, were part of the systemic efforts to maintain structural racism, Julian Agyeman, Professor of Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning in a piece originally published in the Conversation
Survey also finds differences in prevalence of COVID-19 testing based on geographic, personal and socio-economic factors
A new endowment supports education, research and civic engagement initiatives designed to support individuals and families who have been affected by the opioid crisis
The health disparities faced by people of color are shown in stark relief by the pandemic, say Tufts experts
Jennifer Allen, professor of community health is co-leader of the national survey designed and analyzed by Tufts University’s Research Group on Equity in Health, Wealth and Civic Engagement.
Leonard and Jane Holmes Bernstein Professor in Evolutionary Science in the Department of Physics and Astronomy Alexander Vilenkin explains how large black holes really are and what the point of no return means.
Faculty are planning new classes and revamping coursework to take advantage of virtual learning and give students a first-class academic experience
What’s worth reading? Tufts faculty, staff, and alumni share their favorite books
Two Tufts psychology professors who study stereotyping and prejudice talk about racism, implicit bias, and what can be done