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Wednesday, 8 December 2021
Meeting Resources

Jens Manuel Krogstad’s articles:


Pew Research Center:


Research & data:


The American Trends Panel:


Category Changes of U.S. Census:

To search by topics for more detailed reports:

Race & Ethnicity:​​


Gender & LGBT:



Racial Bias & Discrimination:


Global Attitudes Survey:



Politics & Policy:



National Identity (US/Western India):


National Identity (India):


Latinos & skin color (Pew):


Views on Masculinity


Research on disabilities and diversity; violence against women with disabilities


U.S. Perceptions on Religion:



Misinformation and news (Pew):


Survey of LGBTQ views (US and global)


Research on disabilities and diversity; violence against women with disabilities


Methodology page on Pew


Upcoming report on Black immigrants in the US (due out in January 2022) - no link yet, but you can find it early next year on the Pew site.


Links from other sources:


Rise in “Multiracial” Identity (New York Times)​​:



U.S. views on Diversity (Gallup):


Isabel Wilkerson “Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents”:



American Bar Association Diversity and Inclusions Resources (for all the lawyers)


Iván Jaksić, Ed. - “Debating Race, Ethnicity, and Latino Identity”:



Colorism (World Economic Forum):


Asian Americans: history, contributions, challenges (PBS):


Discrimination and views of Naive Americans (Harvard/NPR/Robert Wood):



Reel India Pictures:


Bureau of Indian Affairs (part of the U.S. Department of the Interior):



Black discrimination at work (Gallup):



American views on Transgender Issues (Gallup):


U.S. Perceptions on Muslims (Gallup):


Research on democracy, media, and misperceptions (Dr. Brendan Nyhan):


Race, Ethnicity & Immigration (Stanford Center on Poverty & Inequality):



RAND Center for Disability Research:


DEIA Terminology (Guidant Global):



LGBTQ+ Vocabulary (The Safe Zone Project):


Eugene Hartley - “Problems in Prejudice” (Piréz study mentioned by Mate Szabó in the chat)

About the study:

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Meeting Details

Please join 10 minutes early

Login: 13:50 Eastern U.S. Time

Meeting: 14:00–15:30 Eastern U.S. Time

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Zoom link: 

Meeting ID: 844 6725 8008

Passcode: IVLP 

Meeting organized by: Meridian International Center

Meeting Topic: Jens Manuel Krogstad will share organizational findings on race and ethnicity, and gender and LGBTQI+ in the United States and around the world with a particular focus on racial bias, gender equality, and discrimination. 

Meet Your Speaker
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Jens Manuel Krogstad 


Senior Writer/Editor 

Pew Research Center 

Jens Manuel Krogstad is a senior writer and editor at Pew Research Center. He has authored or edited hundreds of studies on topics that include global migration, Latino public opinion, Hispanic demographic trends, and U.S. border enforcement. Prior to joining Pew Research Center, Jens spent nine years as a reporter at newspapers such as The Des Moines Register and USA Today. He is a graduate of the University of Minnesota.  

About the Organization
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The Pew Research Center is a nonpartisan 'fact tank' that conducts public opinion polling and social science research; reports news and analyzes news coverage; and holds forums and briefings. It does not take positions on policy issues. In addition to the Project for Excellence in Journalism, the Center’s projects are: Pew Research Center for the People and the Press; Pew Internet and American Life Project; Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life; Pew Hispanic Center; Pew Global Attitudes Project; and Pew Social and Demographic Trends. The Center was established in 2004 as a subsidiary of The Pew Charitable Trusts.​ 

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