Looking at recording industry diversity through the artists, the songwriters, and the producers, we would see an inadequate female presence.
Through leads, co-leads, and directors, we can see the underrepresentation of diversity in movies for gender, race, and ethnicity.
Confirming the gender gap at the top, the NY Times Glass Ceiling Index compares the number of Fortune 500 female CEOs and Fortune 500 male CEOs named John.
Hoping to understand differences in the workplace, a recent study looked at whether women tend to engage in less self-promotion than men.
While women’s wealth in the world has been trending upwards, a look at the estimates in the Credit Suisse Global Wealth Report 2018 reveals the gaps.
Looking at women in movies, we form behavioral expectations about gender roles that relate to leadership, to speech, and to age.
About more than money, our currency images of Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill relate to gender, race, and our expectations.
#TBT: Today’s Throwback Thursday looks back at Disney Princesses, from Snow White to Vanellope, to see how they are changing.