The unknown and unspoken issue of race
The election of President Obama was described as a chance for Americans to talk openly about the racial divide. Two years later, have we squandered this opportunity to address stereotypes? Or can we tell more from testing our subconscious and analyzing online search results?
- Jack White: Contributor to The Root.
- Jack Glaser: Associate Professor at the Goldman School of Public Policy the University of California, Berkeley.
- Dr. Scott Barry Kaufman: Adjunct Assistant Professor of Psychology at NYU.
- Jon Gordon: MPR Social Media Editor.
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- About Jack White
- About Jack Glaser
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- Dr. Kaufman's 'Beautiful Minds' blog on Psychology Today