About Us

About Us

The thinking behind The Prejudice Project is that:
  • Everyone deserves equal human rights and respectful treatment, regardless of their skin color, religion, ethnicity, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, and pregnancy or parental status
  • Prejudice (negative pre-judgment) is built on fear and ignorance and leads to hate
  • Prejudice and hate run amok in the USA (especially against black people, women, Muslims, and members of the LGBTQ+ Community)
  • News media is limited in its ability to reveal how bad the prejudice problem is for average Americans
  • Hate behavior and thinking has been getting worse since the Trump administration took over
  • Historically, white America has committed unspeakable crimes against black people in particular, and has government systems and social mores that continue to be unfair to them
Therefore, The Prejudice Project is dedicated to the following:
  • Seeking understanding of and spreading historical truth about prejudice and discrimination
  • Producing short videos of a variety of people sharing their thoughts and stories about prejudice and discrimination to serve as a resource of the Truth about what ordinary people experience on a regular basis in the US
  • Sharing these prejudice stories and other resources to help reveal the Truth about prejudice, organized as a resource of Truth for public view on a YouTube channel called “PRIVILEGE AND PREJUDICE:  Nurturing a New Normal”
  • Leveraging social media to educate people about the Truth about prejudice and direct them to the YouTube channel resources
  • Figuring out new ways to convince members of the white American culture that they need to accept and admit that there is a serious racial equality problem that must be made right
  • Strengthening members of human groups that suffer from prejudiced treatment
If there is anything YOU would like to make sure gets included in this record of voices, please let us know in any of the following ways:
  • Forward any relevant social media posts or links to news media to any of the social media accounts of The Prejudice Project (links to come)
  • Leave a comment in the comment section following one of the YouTube channel videos
  • Use the main menu to access instructions and the Contact Us form for arranging to have a video made of you for The Prejudice Project