In a new season of Pew’s “After the Fact” podcast, we explore diversity in America and how race intersects with research in a range of fields—from public opinion polling to medicine to economics.
We talk with social scientists who are exploring how the nuances of race can change how issues are viewed, and other experts who are looking at how diverse viewpoints improve policy solutions. The episodes of this season are a contribution to the evolving national conversation about race and diversity, offering a timely look at the challenges, opportunities—and the work—ahead.
In this episode, we consider the growing ethical concerns around artificial intelligence and ways scientists are confronting bias and how to use “data for good.”
In this episode, we consider the pipeline to the research workforce—higher education.
In this episode of our season on race and research, our guests examine the impact of race on economic mobility.
Dr. Marie Bernard, Dr. Stephanie Brown, and Kristen Azar of Sutter Health discuss the impact of COVID-19 on communities of color.
The census shows that the U.S. is growing more diverse racially and ethnically.
In our first episode on race and research, we explore the diverse story of America.