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How subtle discrimination affects targets II: American as Apple Pie

Rodolfo Mendoza-Denton, professor of psychology | March 21, 2012

As I explore about in this blog post, prejudice and discrimination does not have to be blatant or extreme to affect people. Although tragedies such as the shooting of Trayvon Martin grab headlines, these incidents are a lot less common than the racial slurs or put-downs, masked as jokes or tongue-in-cheek bantering, that minorities often have … Continue reading »