And in 2018, only 30% of U.S. respondents believed #POC got less than they deserved. Racial resentment is a known barrier to fighting #globalpoverty #blacklivesmatter 2/2 https://t.co/ymNXmnyTtx


We asked ppl in the U.S. if they believe people of color receive less than they deserve: After 2016 election, understanding of racial inequality among whites stalled out. Clinton voters got better, while #Trump voters got a little worse. #blacklivesmatter #DatabyDEL #IOTW 1/2 https://t.co/euQdfJtAHD


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Why do so few people donate to causes fighting gender inequality? @soomineoh takes a closer look: https://t.co/tbIFI8cfye #DatabyDEL #genderequity https://t.co/1mBHYpYodz


Organisations working on #gender receive fewer donations than those working on most other mainstream global issues. New research shows more information about structural & institutional inequality could change that. From @soomineoh #globaldev #DatabyDEL 👉https://t.co/dhLRRrATUR👈 https://t.co/vQPbdQwNeS



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