Behind Racism: Challenging the Way We Think Travelling Exhibit
Behind Racism explores the mental processes that contribute to racism and discrimination. It shows how the processes that can help us think and act quickly can lead to dangerous biases against people who are different from us. This show challenges visitors to acknowledge the role these processes play in their own lives while exploring some of Canada’s history and its connection to present-day racism and inequities.
With help from hands-on interactives, riddles and games, visitors will learn about cognition and perception, including how interference, bias, blindspots and other mental processes can help—or hinder—our ability to understand the world around us.
Free with Museum admission
WDM Saskatoon 1 -306-931-1910
The Behind Racism exhibition and its tour are presented by:
In partnership with: