psychology of racism
Studies on the connection between visual and social bias suggest a way to counter racism.
A new study may provide at least part of the answer--and it's rather disturbing. The continuum of morphed faces used in the
Racialized conceptions of beauty played an unappreciated role in establishing that segregated schools violated the Fourteenth Amendment's equal protection clause.
But we are not "you." We are whole people, human beings with lived experiences that are of value, and different, and sometimes the same as everyone else, no matter we know that Black men and Black boys are understood to be a threat to everyone else.