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New Study Reveals “Double Jeopardy” Faced by Women of Color in STEM
Source: Hastings School of Law, University of California
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A new study released today from the Center for WorkLife Law at UC Hastings combines in-depth interviews of 60 women of color in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) with a survey of 557 women in STEM (both women of color and White women), and finds pervasive gender bias.
Residents can now find out some interesting statistics about their local neighborhoods. Visit your local ward pages, to view your updated ward profiles.
With thanks to our colleagues in Consultation, a range of stats are beautifully, colourfully and graphically presented, from population, ethnicity, employment to car ownership. 38 more words
2011 Census Analysis: Do the Demographic and Socio-Economic Characteristics of those Living Alone in England and Wales Differ from the General Population?
So I’ve made a few Truthly-related trips to Boulder, Colorado, and, for the most part, I find it to be an all right kinda place. The altitude and climate screwed with my skin and hair, but the mountains were nice more or less (I’m not an outdoorsy person). 655 more words