A viral video series uses role reversal to humorously highlight casual insensitivities & stereotyping: If Asians Said The Stuff White People Say
- If Black People Said The Stuff White People Say
- If Latinos Said The Stuff White People Say (YouTube; each video ~2 min.) [more inside]
The Implicit Bias & Philosophy International Research Project
brings together philosophers, psychologists, and policy professionals to study unconscious biases against members of stigmatized groups. The recommended reading page
collects recent scholarly articles available for download. (Previously
People afflicted with Williams syndroms
are known for their "elfin" appearance, the ease with which they approach and socialize with stranger, and their near-normal language skills. Recent research
on children with the rare neurodevelopmental disorder suggests they share another trait: They do not form racial stereotypes. Via.
Take one reality based TV show, add one 'angry black man', and stir.
Are reality based TV shows like "Survivor", "Big Brother" and "insert-the-name-of-any-Bunim-Murray-production-here" guilty of resorting to stereotypes when casting African American males? One critic seems to think so.