2017-04-17T07:04:53+00:00April 17th, 2017|

Babies show racial bias at nine months, U of T study suggests Two new U of T studies suggest racial bias can develop in babies before they've even started walking. According to a U of T study, nine-month-old babies looked at their own-race faces paired with happy music for a longer period of time, as well as other-race faces paired with sad music.  (SHUTTERSTOCK)   Two new University of Toronto studies suggest racial bias can develop in babies at an early age — before they’ve even started walking. Led by the school’s [...]

Superiority of mixed-race people?? HUH?

2016-06-01T01:09:58+00:00June 1st, 2016|

Book about the superiority of mixed-race people going into a 2nd printing, and the internet is pissed By Charles Pulliam-Moore via breakingankles.mayhem.cbssports.com In 2006, author Alon Ziv published the first edition of Breeding Between the Lines, a haphazard exploration of the idea that mixed-race people are inherently “healthier and more attractive” than people of non-mixed backgrounds.“The biology of race is a sensitive topic with an ugly history, butBreeding Between the Lines approaches it responsibly,” the book’s website reads. “Ziv presents evidence from academic journals, world history, census counts, and pop culture [...]

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