May 17th, 2010
09:45 PM ET

Kids, race and bias. Are children today really colorblind? Join the live chat

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We have our landmark pilot study on race and how children see skin color. Are kids today really colorblind? Plus, major new developments on the Gulf oil spill. And the Palin factor, how much with Sarah Palin's endorsements affect key Senate primary races tomorrow?

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Scroll down to join the live chat during the program. It's your chance to share your thoughts on tonight's headlines. Keep in mind, you have a better chance of having your comment get past our moderators if you follow our rules.

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soundoff (211 Responses)
  1. Renee

    Hoping that oil leak stops ASAP! Good night everyone!

    May 17, 2010 at 11:00 pm |
  2. Kaiulani

    I am a 16 year old Junior, who is African American. I have a white mother and a black father, and watching this special tonight just made me realize how much this infects the youth. Thank you for taking your time to put a spotlight on this issue.

    May 17, 2010 at 11:00 pm |
  3. Jo Ann, North Royalton, Ohio

    @Renee, You ask children open ended questions and you sit back and listen."

    Yes, but these questions were not open ended, they were open and shut.

    May 17, 2010 at 10:59 pm |
  4. rosa gil, phoenix AZ

    i am hispanic and have 4 grown children now that when they were young they never or i never talked or mention anything about race.
    most of the hispanic my children knew, never was there a race question. so i believe that this all comes from the parent upbringings.

    May 17, 2010 at 10:59 pm |
  5. Barbara

    But Anderson, what is the purpose of this study and why was it done? I really want you to answer that! Were there any riots anywhere between kids 5-10, racial slurs toward each other? Am I missing something here?

    May 17, 2010 at 10:59 pm |
  6. Sree Nanduru, Richmond, VA

    good night all!!! see you tomorrow

    May 17, 2010 at 10:59 pm |
  7. Judy

    I notice that all the white kids had a white interviewer, and all the black kids had a black interviewer. This may not have been a factor, since even the black kids with a black interviewer projected a white bias. But it would have been interesting to see what role this played in resonses.

    May 17, 2010 at 10:59 pm |
  8. Sue R. Canton Mi.

    Goonight AC360 team and fellow bloggers.

    Good show this evening.

    May 17, 2010 at 10:59 pm |
  9. Karen, MN

    Good night

    May 17, 2010 at 10:58 pm |
  10. Ian Neil

    This doll study is deeply flawed. I wonder how the children would've responded if they were asked "ARE any of these kids stupid?" or "CAN you tell if one of these kids is mean?" To me, that's a way better indicator of bias. If you force a kid to make choice by asking "which one",' they will. And it may have more to do with the test itself, rather than innate bias.

    May 17, 2010 at 10:58 pm |
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