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Survey highlights bias facing fastest-growing minority group in the U.S.
But Fauci says uncertainty remains due to questions about variants, length of immunity
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Inequality is rampant in American life and is a key topic in the presidential campaign, but Harvard faculty members have been exploring its many facets for decades, and suggesting some solutions.
Programs work to aid individuals, opening vistas that many in struggling communities have never seen
Panel looks at how to deal with statues, buildings, programs, professorships honoring controversial figures
For African Americans and Hispanics, frail neighborhoods undercut education, health, and jobs — all keys to thriving
Men still dominate the top; adjusting everyday norms could prompt change, analysts say
Current system produces huge prison population, lengthy sentences, but little proof of deterrence
Federal insurance has helped many, but system’s holes limit gains, Harvard analysts say
When there’s inequity in learning, it’s usually baked into life, Harvard analysts say
Economic and political inequities are interlaced, analysts say, leaving many Americans poor and voiceless
Harvard researchers, scholars identify stubborn tenets of America’s built-in inequity, offer answers