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Kids Internalize Racism Too, Study Finds
Racism doesn’t just affect adults, but kids too, says a new study. Researchers from Australia reviewed over 460 past studies and found that experiencing oppression strongly impacted children’s mental health and anxiety. They also found that children were mostly victims of racism by a person, as opposed to institutional racism, HealthDay wrote.
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