Indonesian immigration officials detained the woman overnight Tuesday and said she was being deported for “spreading information that could unsettle the public.”
Appointed head of the incoming administration’s task force on health equity, the Yale University scientist “is not sitting in her ivory tower.”
Oregon earmarked $62 million to explicitly benefit Black individuals and business owners. Now some of the money is in limbo after lawsuits alleging racial discrimination.
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The union in a small New Jersey city punished the officers after they expressed support for two chiefs, both of whom are also Black.
Polls show that pervasive skepticism is melting, partly because of the high efficacy rates in trials and the images of real people getting the shot.
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“He made me feel like a drug addict,” Dr. Susan Moore said, explaining that a white doctor downplayed her complaints of pain and suggested she should be discharged.
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A study showed that the devices, which measure oxygen levels in the blood, were three times more likely to give misleading readings in people with dark skin.
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Catherine Volcy, like college students across America, is studying from home. She is aching to talk in person with her peers and professors about this tumultuous year.
The singer put himself on the line to become the genre’s first Black superstar. He died on Saturday not long after performing at a largely mask-free awards ceremony.
The magazine chose the president-elect and the vice president-elect over frontline health care workers (along with Dr. Anthony S. Fauci), the racial justice movement and President Trump.
An injunction could stop or delay the city’s reopening plans.
Higher rates of infection and mortality among Black and Hispanic Americans are explained by exposure on the job and at home, experts said.