Race and Money: Blacks Seen as Darker During Tough Economic Times

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Tough economic times aren’t just hard on the wallet, they’re hard on race relations, too, a new study suggests.


Community Village‘s insight:


One of the statements in the experiment: “When Blacks make economic gains, Whites lose out economically”


The experiment indicates to me that when times are tough people become more xenophobic and less logical.


People who are against immigration also have views about loosing out economically, not realizing the fact that a larger population leads to economic gains for all.


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