Freedom from Prejudice

Developed by: W. Huitt
Last revised: May 2004

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Freedom from prejudice means to have a chosen exemption from making "an adverse judgment or opinion formed beforehand or without knowledge or examination of the facts" (American Heritage Dictionary). Some of the most common prejudices in America today concern race, gender, religion, and disabilities.

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