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RSF in the News
- Research by Jennifer Lee & Min Zhou from their RSF book The Asian American Achievement Paradox profiled in the Washington Post.
- RSF author John Schmitt & incoming Visiting Scholar William Darity cited in NY Times article on racial wealth gap.
- RSF author Jennifer Lee writes for The Conversation on how stereotypes can help boost Asian American student achievement.
- RSF author Karthick Ramakrishnan pens op-ed for the Washington Post rebutting Donald Trump’s claims about immigrants.
- Former Visiting Scholar Mark J. VanLandingham pens op-ed for the NY Times on Vietnamese success in post-Katrina New Orleans.
- RSF author Becky Pettit, Invisible Men, cited in The Week on unreliable estimates on total U.S. incarceration.
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The Russell Sage Foundation is the principal American Foundation devoted exclusively to research in the social sciences. Currently, the Foundation dedicates itself exclusively to strengthening the methods, data, and theoretical core of the social sciences as a means of improving social policies. The Foundation is a research center for a select group of Visiting Scholars each year, a funding source for studies by scholars at other academic and research institutions, and an active member of the nation's social science community. The Foundation also publishes, under its own imprint, the books that derive from the work of its grantees and Visiting Scholars.