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Abstract: Our symposium is guided by the socialization-stressor model of racism which predicts when racist behaviors and practices emerge (Talk 1), when they will be appraised as racism by high-status bystanders (Talks 3 & 4) and when racism will predict negative outcomes for victims (Talks 1 & 2) and bystanders (Talk 4). Victim race, bystanders’ prototypes about racism, one’s relative numerical status, and bystander personality affect appraisals of racism. Talk 1 examined experiences of Latinx and White students in higher educational institutions in the American Southwest. Talk 2 explored how Blacks in Brazil experienced racialized ostracism and microaggressions. Talk 3 tested if White bystanders use the White-derogates-Black prototype across different contexts. Talk 4 identifies factors that predict when high-status bystanders will perceive racism and compensate victims.The talks suggest ways to broaden perspectives about racism.
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