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Who do you count out?


Thursday 28 June 2012


7pm - 10pm


Coexist, Second Floor, Hamilton House, 80 Stokes Croft, Bristol, BS1 3QY, United Kingdom

Doors open: 7pm. Show starts: 7.30pm

Many of us would like to think that we're not prejudiced. Not racist, sexist, culturalist, agist, disablist or any other kind of "ist". But most social scientists would agree this simply isn't the case and there are cunning methods like the Implicit Association Tests to prove it. Indeed, prejudice in its literal sense - to pre-judge - is a natural and unavoidable part of being human, and an efficient mechanism for many situations. Without pre-judging we would, for example, have to double-check that every object that looked like a chair really was a chair before we attempted to sit on it. Given all this, how do we best manage the ugly side of prejudice?

Panellists and entertainment to be confirmed.

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