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"Unlike other public health crises, attention to the role of prevention in racial bias has not predominated. Most human actions, including racism, are informed by unconscious thoughts..." – By Nicole Farmer, Alyssa Baginski and Talya Gordon
"The United Nations estimates that there are more than 476 million Indigenous peoples across the globe, which is almost 7% of the world’s population..." – By Ian Anderson and Kate Silburn
In August 2023, 126 full new articles, 15 revised, 0 summary articles, spread across 22 subjects have been published on the Oxford Research Encyclopedias platform.
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