Karen Leung, a student at Western Washington University, describes her experiences growing up in a multilingual family and the discrimination she witnessed against her parents for not being native-English speakers.
A discussion of different types of discrimination.
This video depicts how our first impressions are often based on stereotypes.
This video from a Denmark TV station highlights how often we put each other into boxes, but also shows we are alike in a lot of unexpected ways.
This video addresses the issues of implicit biases and automatic assumptions.
This video demonstrates how unlearning biases and learning how to interact with those who are different from yourself is an incremental process.
"Brief Conversations About Intergroup Relations" is a series of 20 chats between Jordan Axt, Assistant Professor at McGill University, and an expert discussing conceptual, methodological and theoretical issues in intergroup relations research.
In this clip from Rescue Me, a group of firefighters are going through sensitivity training to avoid prejudice.
In this video Professor Andy Luttrell breaks down the science behind dividing the world into ingroups and outgroups.
In this video Professor Andy Luttrell examines the implications of implicit bias and how using it to explain inequalities can actually hinder the willingness to address the issues at hand.
In this video Professor Andy Luttrell examines the psychology behind dehumanization
In this video Professor Andy Luttrell examines the research regarding the outgroup homogeneity bias, or the inclination to view other groups as "all the same".