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After the acquittal: The need for honest dialogue about racial prejudice and stereotyping

By Gwendolyn Puryear Keita, PhD After the acquittal: The need for honest dialogue about racial prejudice and stereotyping

Psychological research shows that people often notice differences between themselves and others, but judgments about the differences can be based on biased thinking.

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