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The Stereotype Project

podcast December 31, 1969


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For many, images in the media are a primary point of reference for the various characteristics people belonging to other social groups and cultures may possess. Additionally, these images often serve as the most contact individuals may have with people from different social and cultural groups.

The Stereotype Project Foundation seeks to deconstruct the way we learn about people and cultures while highlighting the gaps and illuminating limited and biased representations of social groups in the media.

It will study the images of cultural and social groups disseminated in the media; investigate how these images become norm; and then create opportunities for persons within those cultural and social groups to challenge, correct and add to the mainstream understanding of the group. 

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