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Authors:

  • Natalia Abril, Univ. of Utah
  • Jacqueline Chen, Univ. of Utah
We primed participants with different framing of historical events, either as inclusive or as Black/White only, and observed its influence on participants’ perceptions of the discrimination faced by racially ambiguous targets. We hope that this research can ultimately contribute to the design and implementation of innovative educational techniques and tools as we strive toward racial equality.
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