When a white man tries to tell a black woman he doesn’t like the way her hair is styled, she’s likely to respond, “Oh, you’re not my boss.”
And when a black man tries telling a white woman he thinks she’s beautiful, she may be tempted to say, “You know, I really like your eyes, too.”
When a black person says something racist, the response is usually, “I’m sorry, but I’m not comfortable talking about it.”
In fact, a new report from Harvard researchers found that people are more likely to express these racist attitudes if they feel that the person is an authority figure or in power.
Researchers surveyed 1,000 people about how they view the world.
The researchers found racial attitudes were most prevalent in those who believed that people of color had “special interests” that would “impose on society.”
People were more likely than those who did not believe that people had “racial” differences to believe that minorities have “special” abilities that would disadvantage them.
In fact a third of the white participants said they felt that whites were a “race” with “special advantages,” and that “racial inequality” was the main problem facing the U.S. According to a report published by the New York Times, a majority of white people believed “that the United States is a racist society, but only about half of blacks and Hispanics agree.”
This is not a new finding.
It’s long been known that people who identify as nonwhite are more prejudiced against blacks and Latinos than white people, the study found.
And as a result, when a white person is perceived as “acting in a racist way,” the reaction is usually a combination of anger, frustration, and fear, according to the study.
What’s more, researchers found a surprising amount of white privilege.
While blacks and whites who are not in the privileged class are more inclined to express racism than whites who belong to the privileged group, the researchers found there was little difference in the way whites responded to the two groups.
In other words, while whites were less likely to be “ignorant” of racism, they were more willing to express it.
This may be because people who belong in the white privilege class often perceive themselves to be in a higher social class, and are more comfortable expressing racism.
A 2015 study from Stanford University showed that white people who are in the top 1% of earners are more willing than people who were not in that group to express racist sentiments.
According the study, white people with a bachelor’s degree are more than twice as likely as people who don’t have a college degree to have said racist attitudes.
Researchers found that when white people were asked about the racial discrimination they experienced, they tended to respond with the words “I’ve never experienced racism” or “I haven’t experienced discrimination.”
This means they are more accepting of racism than when they are asked about racism experienced by other people.
It also means they may not feel comfortable saying, “If you’re a black guy and you want to be a part of a team, then you better do your homework,” according to a 2014 study.
So, if you’re worried that your social group is a target for racism, the first thing to do is to understand why you might feel that way.
Research has shown that racial prejudice can affect people’s emotional and mental health.
People who are more racist can be more anxious, and can have difficulty in relationships, said Michael Pfeiffer, professor of psychology at the University of Southern California.
“It’s not about being angry,” he said.
“Racism is a way to maintain power.”