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How Biased Are You?

This program unflinchingly explores the history and practice of racism through its extreme manifestations—slavery, the Holocaust, segregation, bias crimes, racial profiling—and its more subtle demonstrations, such as the pernicious subconscious biases that can exert an influence on everyday behavior. Hidden-camera footage, a demonstration of the provocative Greenwald/Banaji bias-sensitivity test, and interviews with victims of racism, advocates for equality, and others make this an especially important program. A Discovery Channel Production. (47 minutes)


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Copyright date: ©2001


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A History of Punishment
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The forms of punishment a society chooses, and what exactly it deems a crime, tell a great deal about that society’s values. How is justice pursued and punishment meted out? This program looks at the history of punishment, beginning with early compen...(more details)
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A History of Social Classes
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Marx divided the industrial world into two antagonistic classes: the bourgeois and the proletariat. In today’s society, this simple dichotomy fails to capture the many segments of a global marketplace. From the communal hunter-gatherers and agrarian ...(more details)
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On the Edge: America's Working Poor

Millions of employed Americans are living on the edge of poverty-a precipice where one unexpected expense, sudden illness, or missed payment could mean financial ruin. Segment one of this ABC News program profiles a family of four whose combined inco...(more details)
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Little Things: When Prejudice Is Unintentional
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A great classroom conversation starter, this ABC News program explores the kinds of incidents and behavior that prompted The New York Times reporter Lena Williams to write an article entitled, "The Everyday Interactions that Get under the Skin of Bla...(more details)
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