How Kids Perceive Racism in the U.S., According to a New Study by Sesame Workshop


How Kids Perceive Racism in the U.S., According to a New Study by Sesame Workshop

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Cady Lang 
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The majority of U.S. children believe that people of different races are not treated fairly in their country, according to a new study releasing today by Sesame Workshop, the educational nonprofit behind Sesame Street.

In Coming Together: Family Reflections on Racism, shared exclusively with TIME, 86% of the children surveyed responded that they thought people in the U.S. were treated unfairly because of race; nearly half of the children surveyed said that they have personally experienced discrimination of some kind and many also noted that they have personally witnessed unfair treatment.

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