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For Black Professional Men, It’s Who You Are, Not Who You Know

As a recent study shows, networking seems to be less of a factor in Black men's career accomplishments than are education and motivation. ... More>


The Future Of The (Scared, White) GOP

When President Obama defeated Mitt Romney in 2012, handily winning a second term, he did so with only 39 percent of white voters. White men made up only a quarter […]... More>


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Deaux and Markus Honored With Service Award

APS Past President Kay Deaux and APS Fellow Hazel Rose Markus will receive the 2013 Award for Service on Behalf of Personality and Social Psychology. ... More>


The Cost of Racial Bias in Economic Decisions

New research suggests that people’s racial biases make them more likely to leave money on the table when a windfall is not split evenly between groups. ... More>


Dissecting the Perceptions of White Male Privilege

Despite all the advances that women and people of color have made in professional settings over the last several decades, White men still tend to have the upper hand on […]... More>