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Family in Nairobi, Kenya

Does It Still ‘Take a Village?’

UMD-led Research to Study Changing Family Dynamics and Child Health in Africa

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Canvasser stands at a door

Op/ed: Should Presidential Campaigns Ditch the Door-Knocking?

Experts Say Success of Voter Outreach Tactics Depends on Who’s Doing the Work—and Where

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Dana Fisher in a crowd at a previous Women's March

The Changing Faces of the Movement for Justice

Researchers to Start Study at Friday’s March on Washington

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Young people at a climate protest

Op/ed: Survey Shows Youth Climate Activists Lining Up Behind Biden

Left-Leaning Group Follows Cues of Preferred Candidates to Support Presumptive Nominee, Researcher Finds

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Worker wearing mask and face shield moves cart

An Equal Opportunity Virus in an Unequal Society

UMD Expert Seeks Solutions to Heightened Coronavirus Toll on African Americans

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Alex Trebek, Andrea Dragan and Gabrielle Christopher on "Jeopardy!" and "Wheel of Fortune" sets

A Strong Terp (Game) Showing

‘Wheel of Fortune,’ ‘Jeopardy!’ to Feature UMD Contestants on Same Night

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Basketballs in different shades

Shades of Praise

UMD Research Finds Basketball Commentary Linked to Athlete Skin Color

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Woman pouring juice

‘OK, Gen Z-er’

Conventional Gender Roles Still Popular With American Youth, Study Shows

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Papers flying around bars

Access Agility

Sociology Professor Pivots From Publishers to Politicians to Ensure Free Flow of Information

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Young people hold protest signs at climate strike in DC

Atmosphere of Change

UMD Sociologist Takes Temperature of D.C. Climate Strike

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Woman walking with small children

Time to Choose

How Free Preschool, Longer School Days and Affordable Day Care Help Keep Moms in the Workforce

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Household work

Op/Ed: (Not) Sharing the Load

Moms Spend More Time on Housework When a Man’s in the House

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