Prejudice in the 21st century may not seem overt, yet we remain a prejudiced society. Whether it's racial assumptions, views on gender, income, vocation, clothing, even whole cities or suburbs, all of us hold prejudicial thoughts. In this intelligent and thought-provoking program we explore some of the reasons why society chooses to accept' some people, but excludes and rejects others. Including a brief historical look at groups of people who have experienced prejudice, and why these views differ today, this is an excellent discussion starter for your classroom. Leading psychologist Andrew Fuller provides commentary on the impact of prejudice on individuals, how prejudice is perpetuated, what to do in the face of injustice and how to embrace and accept differences.