Pew Research Center finds across 34 countries a median of 94% think it is important for women in their country to have the same rights as men, with 74% saying this is very important.    Half of remote workers say that if it were up to them, they would continue to work from home because they prefer it. -Gallup    According to Pew Research, at least four-in-ten think men generally have more opportunities than women in their country when it comes to getting high-paying jobs     One-in-Four Members of Gen Z are Hispanic - Pew Research    One in four remote workers want to return to workplace once restrictions are lifted - Gallup    Nearly half of whites say a majority nonwhite population will weaken American culture     Pew Research Center survey finds that most Americans (73%) say colleges and universities should not consider race or ethnicity when making decisions about student admissions

Meghan Markle Is ‘Changing Discussions About What It Means to Be Biracial in America’

Meghan Markle Is ‘Changing Discussions About What It Means to Be Biracial in America’

Meghan Markle didn’t just become the Duchess of Sussex on Saturday when she married Prince Harry in a gorgeous ceremony at St. George’s Church in Windsor Castle. She also became an important cultural icon of positive change in race relations around the world. “The U.K. has one of the fastest-growing mixed-race populations in the world,” notes Dr. Sarah E. Gaither, an assistant professor of psychology and neuroscience at Duke University who also runs the Duke Identity and Diversity Lab. “To the biracial community, she’s really serving as a symbol of this changing demographic that Britain is facing in addition to the United States.” Read More at People.com

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