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In the UK, only 58% of people aged 18-25 have their first dose of COVID vaccine - despite widespread availability of appointments.
TVUS screening missed over four times more cases of endometrial cancer among Black women versus White women, according to a new study.
The EU Court of Justice (CJEU) ruled that companies can now ban headscarves for Muslim employees, to "prevent social disputes".
On Monday (12 July) there was a stark increase in online racial abuse against Bukayo Saka, Marcus Rashford and Jadon Sancho - with the infamously late Online Safety Bill far from becoming law, how are the Government tackling this?
Environmental Justice: Abandoning exclusivity for inclusive community-based solutions and approaches
Here, Tanya Khemet Taiwo, Bianca Yaghoobi, and Pamela J. Lein at University of California, Davis, discuss how to decolonise environmental justice.
SAGE say the UK Governments' plans to lift all social distancing measures on 19 July are too much - they believe a rise in infections will increase ethnic minority COVID deaths.
A study on New York City neighbourhoods found that "neighbourhood disadvantage", a mix of inequality measurements, is connected to a higher rate of COVID-19 cases.
New data from the ongoing REACT study found that over two million people in the UK are known to have experienced long COVID.
South Asians have the highest rate of type 2 diabetes in the UK, due to a mix of racial and socioeconomic factors - now, researchers say that a more nuanced method of classifying race could improve their health outcomes.
After months of COVID, the psychological impact on staff emerges as a shadow pandemic - today (8 June), a Health Select Committee report finds that NHS "burnout is widespread reality".
Here, Professor Pamela Lein at University of California, Davis, explains the 'perfect storm' unfolding in the intersection of climate change, environmental justice and COVID-19.
According to a new analysis by researchers, ethnic minorities in the US experienced disproportionately high levels of cardiac deaths during the pandemic - in comparison to the rates in 2019.
New research from the University of Birmingham shows that only 41% of people would be willing to sign up for COVID-19 vaccine trials.
In this study, nearly 900 people described an abnormal menstrual cycle after exposure to tear gas - which is legally considered to be "safe" as a crowd control measure.
Researchers worked with racial minorities with opioid use disorder to document how this doubly-vulnerable group were impacted by COVID.
Anti-Black bias has been the subject of #blm protests all year - now, sociologists have analysed 4.8 million adults to further explore the current status of police racism.
Researchers at Harvard University found that Black women are four times more likely to die of COVID than white men - the data also revealed that Black women are three times more likely to die of the virus than Asian men.
Data from a MyVoice national survey has found that the percentage of young people who say they're willing to get vaccinated has risen to 84%.
Archaeologists say that the role of racism in "history-making" is still present and that removing statues does not risk erasing history.
When it comes to talking about anti-Asian racism and recent violence with pupils, teachers may feel unsure of how to start - here, University of Kansas researchers explain how popular culture can help.