A new VR project lets viewers experience the microaggressions and biases people of color face when searching for a job.
Discrimination and racism are not always easy to detect. Sometimes, subtle and small actions betray people’s racial biases be it in the street, workplace, or school.
An innovative virtual reality project is working to emit light on these severe but lesser-known issues by enabling viewers to experience what it is like to be turned down for a job even though they are the most qualified candidate.
The VR project developers hope that viewers, by using a VR headset, can watch the video so that they can get a taste of racism first-hand and become aware of it.
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