Pod Squad: Talking About Race In Hawaii

A new UH study shows students have more diverse friend groups and less racial bias when they live in Hawaii.

By Emily Dugdale /

University of Hawaii Manoa associate psychology professor Kristin Pauker joins Pod Squad host Chad Blair in a discussion of how moving to Hawaii affects white mainland college students’ views on race and ethnic relations.

Kristin Pauker, an associate professor of psychology at UH, has been studying the effect living in Hawaii has on reducing racism.

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