Some white people seem to think the only way to be racist is to wear a KKK hood while shouting the n-word. That's not the case, and often racism is more subtle and codified. So much so that a racist may not even know how racist they're being.
Project Implicit, as the name would suggest, seeks to explore implicit biases, and over 2 million people have taken their Implicit Association Test which measures people's hidden biases -- negative associations based on skin color the taker might not even know they have.
Turns out that white people in Florida tend to be amongst the most implicitly racist in America.More »