• The Prevalence of White Guilt among American High School Students
    Author:
    Adwoa A. Buadu and Timothy Blickenstaff
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    03 June 2014 10:01 PM |

    Racial inequality has been a major issue throughout the history of the United States. In recent years, however, especially with the election of America's first black president, many have claimed that we have made progress and are moving towards a post-racial society. The authors of this study sought to test that claim by evaluating whether high school age students still experience a phenomenon known as white guilt. White guilt is defined as remorse or shame felt by people of Caucasian descent about racial inequality.

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