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Brave people change their minds

We live in times in which we’re acutely aware of prejudice, and we rightly point a finger at it. But why is it that we’re less likely to acknowledge the finger pointing back at us that makes us aware of our own unintentional snap judgements? Behavioural scientist and author Dr Pragya Agarwal joins host Ross Ashcroft to unravel the basis of unconscious bias.

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