Kelsea Petersen The U.S. continues to underperform on an annual list that ranks inclusivity as experienced by marginalized groups in countries across the globe.
The Othering and Belonging Institute at the University of California, Berkeley tallies every year an Inclusiveness Index after holistically analyzing the degree of inclusion and protections for marginalized groups across a range of social categories such as gender, race, religion, sexual orientation and disability. New Zealand and countries in Northern Europe consistently top the rankings, whereas the U.S. typically falls in the middle. This year the U.S. is ranked 77th, up from 72nd in 2022 and […]
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