October 24, 2018

When Women Are A Minority of One At Work

The Wall Street Journal

Women say they feel invisible and at risk for a host of difficulties when they're the only person of their gender or race on their team. 

July 24, 2018

Black Men's Work

No Jargon Podcast

How do black men in high-powered professions navigate race and gender at work? 

June 20, 2018

Black Privilege App

KCUR Radio

A new app looking to connect people with black-owned businesses has chosen Kansas City as a launch pad

March 5, 2018

Researchers Find Racial Wage Gap Has Grown

National Public Radio's "All Things Considered"

Economist Valerie Wilson, Adia Harvey Wingfield, and host Michel Martin discuss a new study finding a greater racial wage gap in 2015 than in 1979. 

December 1, 2014

Many animals can still see color in the dead of night

By BBC Earth, December 1, 2014

Humans may only see the night in shades of grey, but many animals see the darkness in rich colour

By Caroline Williams

It's not easy to imagine how the world looks through another creature's eyes. After all, we only ever get to see it through our own. That is probably why most people, scientists included, assumed that other animals can only see in shades of grey in the dark.

But a growing number of species are proving us all wrong. From nocturnal geckoes to moths, lemurs and bats, animals of all shapes and sizes are turning out to have colour vision even in near-total darkness. Some researchers now think that colour vision at night might be quite common.