Let’s stop pussy-footing around New Zealand. Racism is difficult to discuss – and yet we know Kiwis have lots of opinions on the subject.
What happens, though, when the emotions are set aside, and we test the science and mechanics of how judgement and prejudice work?
After all, our country is made up of 150 different cultures – and climbing. We should be in the best shape, the most embracing melting pot ever. Yeah, nah.
In That’s A Bit Racist, experts, scientists and average Kiwis look at why racism is still alive and well here and overseas in a scientifically, socially and evolutionary sense - and how that can change.
Funded by NZ On Air.
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