Roots, Race & Culture


Episode 6 | 26m 45s | Video has closed captioning.

Colorism, known as the prejudice or discrimination against those with lighter or darker skin tones, even among people belonging to a shared racial or ethnic group, has been the subject of ongoing debate among communities of color. We’ll explore the history of colorism in America and its lasting implications with University of Utah professor Edmund Fong and current student Darienne Debrule.

Aired: 06/16/22

Rating: NR

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Roots, Race & Culture is a local public television program presented by PBS Utah.