Inside the Science of Racial Bias Scientists say they can now prove that the average person harbors prejudices against people of different racial backgrounds — even if they are not aware of it. For more, NPR's Tony Cox discusses the research with science journalist Siri Carpenter.
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Inside the Science of Racial Bias

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Inside the Science of Racial Bias

Inside the Science of Racial Bias

Inside the Science of Racial Bias

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Scientists say they can now prove that the average person harbors prejudices against people of different racial backgrounds — even if they are not aware of it.

For more, NPR's Tony Cox discusses the research with science journalist Siri Carpenter.