A new study has found that older African American and Hispanic men who have survived cancer are far less likely than White men the same age to get follow-up care from a specialist or have basic vaccinations. Interestingly, there were no racial or ethnic differences in post-cancer healthcare between younger male cancer survivors. The study, […]
The US Department of Education confirmed what a lot of people have been saying for years: Black students—especially boys—are disciplined much more harshly than other students. The study looked at public school kids kindergarten through 12th grade. According the Department of Ed, only 18 percent of students were black, but they accounted for 35 percent of those suspended once, almost half of those suspended more than once, and almost 40 percent of all expulsions. Twice as many boys (1 in 5) were suspended as girls (1 in 10).