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Who do you see?

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How people judge physical characteristics has shaped history. At times it has sparked oppression, violence, and heartache. Some say racism is in the process of being consigned to history—after all, in the United States, institutionalized slavery is a thing of the past. The law guarantees racial equality, and people from minority groups occupy positions of power and influence. But research conducted at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business suggests racism is still a powerful force in society. To learn more, watch the video or read the article in Capital Ideas: http://chibooth.biz/1lRlQ4E.

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Katheryn Edwards

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Sarah Grant
Terriah Griggs
Erin Henderson
Esin Henderson
Gunes Henderson
Ashleigh LaThrop
Matt Miele
Erika Miranda
Andrew Saenz
Alex Thompson
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