Tag Archives: prejudice

Hidden-camera test of kindness: Good idea, but unfair prank

Yesterday morning I learned of a new video that’s making the rounds on social media, a hidden-camera exercise comparing people’s reactions to two individuals on crutches who “fall” on a city street. Of course I watched it, thinking that I’d … Continue reading

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The end of a road rage story … but what started it?

The other morning I got out of the car at my favorite coffee shop and heard angry shouting from across the busy roadway. A man was standing next to his car, stopped at a red light, yelling at a bicyclist … Continue reading

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