MiiE In the Media


“Representation Matters: Exploring the Role of Gender and Race on Educational Outcomes”

The Wall Street Journal

“Jack and the Bean Counters: A Woke Children’s Story”

The School Library Journal

“New Study Looks at Race, Gender Representation in Award-Winning Children’s Books”

UChicago RCC

“Mind Bytes 2021 Captures Computational Research Moving Forward”

Harris Public Policy

“Anjali Adukia Receives Grant to Research How Race, Gender Messages Affect Students”

The 74

“Study: AI Uncovers Skin-Tone in Most Beloved Children’s Books”

Harris Public Policy

“Path-breaking Use of Artificial Intelligence Reveals Racial and Gender Bias in Children’s Books”


“Episode 19: What We Teach About Race and Gender — with Anjali Adukia “

Columbia TC

“With an $880,000 IES Grant, TC’s Alex Eble Explores How Textbooks’ Messages Shape Children’s Sense of Their Own Abilities”

Google Case Study

“Chicago Researchers Measure Representation in Children’s Books with Google Cloud’s Vision AI”

Time Magazine

“The Heavy Cost of Banning Books About Black Children”

Brookings: Brown Center Chalkboard

“What award-winning children’s books teach children about race and gender”

Scientific American

“Are Children’s Books Improving Representation?”

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