21 NovEven Babies Discriminate


A summary research on children’s’ attitudes toward race that debunks the myth that “colorblindness” is even possible (let alone desirable). Research shows children can distinguish race as young as six months old, start developing race-based preferences at toddlers and ultimately have racial biases. Research also showed parents are generally hesitant to talk about race, and that this hesitance exacerbates children’s biases.
Read here.

21 NovEven Babies Discriminate


A summary research on children’s’ attitudes toward race that debunks the myth that “colorblindness” is even possible (let alone desirable). Research shows children can distinguish race as young as six months old, start developing race-based preferences at toddlers and ultimately have racial biases. Research also showed parents are generally hesitant to talk about race, and that this hesitance exacerbates children’s biases.
Read here.