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Study Finds Drivers Less Likely to Stop for Black People at Crosswalks

Black and white pedestrians at crosswalks, black pedestrians, Blogs, University of Arizona, University of Arizona Study -

Study Finds Drivers Less Likely to Stop for Black People at Crosswalks

Black men often have trouble hailing a cab in New York City, but a new study shows they also have trouble getting cars to stop for them at crosswalks. The University of Arizona study shows that drivers have an implicit racial bias toward Black and white pedestrians at crosswalks.


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