New Study Sheds Light On How White Parents Can Prevent Racial Bias

Northwestern assistant professor of psychology Sylvia Perry
Northwestern assistant professor of psychology Sylvia Perry Northwestern University
Northwestern assistant professor of psychology Sylvia Perry
Northwestern assistant professor of psychology Sylvia Perry Northwestern University

New Study Sheds Light On How White Parents Can Prevent Racial Bias

A new study from Northwestern University found that the more white parents recognized racial bias in the world, the more likely they were to talk with their children about current racial events.

Morning Shift talks with co-author Sylvia Perry about the study’s potential implications for interventions to address racial bias and discrimination in kids.

GUEST: Sylvia Perry, assistant professor of psychology at Northwestern University

LEARN MORE: White Parents More Aware Of Racial Bias More Likely To Discuss Current Racial Events With Their Children (Northwestern University 8/26/19)