Detecting and Understanding Racial Discrimination in the 21st Century

The image above depicts a dark time in U.S. history. This was the face of racial discrimination before the 1960s.

Public, common, direct, and fueled by outright racial animus.

Scholars define racial discrimination as “different treatment on the basis of race that disadvantages a racial group.” In other words, racial…

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UCLA professor. Peeking into the interesting parts of the social world through data.

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