Psychologists found that white college students who have been told they belong to the Moon race can differentiate well between other Moons, whether those Moons are black or white, but find members of the Sun race harder to tell apart. | Harper's Magazine

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Psychologists found that white college students who have been told they belong to the Moon race can differentiate well between other Moons, whether those Moons are black or white, but find members of the Sun race harder to tell apart.

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Psychologists found that white college students who have been told they belong to the Moon race can differentiate well between other Moons, whether those Moons are black or white, but find members of the Sun race harder to tell apart.

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