Race and Gender

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Grievance feminists in the United States trivialize the genuine injustices faced by women across the globe.

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Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton listens to a question from the audience during a community forum about substance abuse in Keene, New Hampshire August 11, 2015. Reuters

Clinton’s encounter with the #BlackLivesMatter protesters spotlights a problem Democrats face – appeasing a movement whose premises are factually questionable and off-putting to many voters.

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Lowkey, 16, who only wanted to be identified by his nickname, poses for a portrait in Ferguson, Missouri July 24, 2015.  Reuters

Polls reveal how much race relations have improved over the past several decades, but they also point to areas where significant work needs to be done.

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If you’re headed to college for the first time this fall, you need to be aware of some strange new developments. Don’t be alarmed, most of you are going to be very happy at college, and will thrive there.

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A discussion on American feminism becoming a radical ideology that has questioned the reality of sex differences.

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AEI scholar and former philosophy professor, Christina Hoff Sommers, explains how feminism went awry in this episode of “Conversations with Bill Kristol.”

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Covering a story about society and culture? Here’s the latest from AEI’s Society and Culture experts.

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Critics are up in arms about the World Cup gender gap. The prize money for women is far less than for men. Commentators attribute the gap to sexism and structural inequities. Could they be right?

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The "March for Black Lives" passes by the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina, June 20, 2015. Reuters

Most whites are killed by other whites, and most blacks are killed by other blacks — and almost none are killed in hate crimes.

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In The Washington Post today, I argue that our country is in the grip of a miasma of political correctness – erasing all symbols of our past that do not conform to modern values we share today.

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