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Study finds denying existence of structural racism is linked to anti-black prejudice

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People who deny the existence of institutional racism are more likely to display anti-Black prejudice. Researchers analyzed 83 previous studies on racism that included more than 25,000 participants. Study authors concluded that following colorblind racial ideology would not be effective in reducing inter-racial tension and prejudice.
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Study finds denying existence of structural racism is linked to anti-black prejudice

Denying structural racism and ignoring race are both considered to be two different types of so-called "colourblind racial ideology," say the researchers.

3 months ago·United Kingdom
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Denial of institutional racism linked to anti-Black prejudice, study says

People who deny the existence of structural racism, a combination of institutional and societal factors that reinforce racial inequity, likely also exhibit anti-Black prejudices, a new study has found.

3 months ago·Washington, United States
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Denial of structural racism linked to anti-Black prejudice

People who deny the existence of structural racism are more likely to exhibit anti-Black prejudice and less likely to show racial empathy or openness to diversity.

3 months ago
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