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U.S. Schools Teach Children That Native Americans Are History
63% of White People Are Wrong about Ferguson
Why Do the Japanese Draw Themselves as White?
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Inequality in the Skies: Applying the Gini Index to Airplanes
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Theories of the First Topsy-Turvy Doll
The Paradox of Women’s Sexuality in Breast Feeding Advocacy and Breast Cancer Campaigns
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Science News Fail: How NOT to Illustrate Your Story
That Catcalling Video: Research Methods Edition
Jay Smooth: “How Much Do You Think People Can Take?”
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Piaget’s Stages of Cognitive Development: Experiments with Kids
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Just for Fun: Academic Q&A Tricks for Tricky Questions
Angela Davis: “No Idea What Black People Have Gone Through”
Just for Fun: Data is Plural, Except When It Isn’t
The Truth About Gender and Math
Doctoring Diversity: Race And Photoshop
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Watermelon: Symbolizing the Supposed Simplicity of Slaves
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