People Of Color Are More Frequently Misidentified
Is misidentifying people of color an innocent slip-up of mistaken identity, or a more systemic issue?
Everyone's been mistaken for someone else, but it happens to people of color more often than one might think and, as Cat Sandoval and Casey Mendoza report, particularly often to Asian Americans.
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