The Psychology of Racial Bias and Stereotyping

What does it mean to be a racist?

Take an implicit bias test to find out – even the most well-intentioned among us might be surprised at the results.

So where do our unconscious beliefs and biases toward other racial and ethnic groups come from and how can they be changed?

Professor Stacey Sinclair joined radio host Marty Moss-Coane on WHYY’s Radio Times to explore the questions above, and more. Jack Glaser of University of California-Berkeley also participates in the discussion.

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