I am having an issue with prejudice in my life. The most spectacular part of this experience to me, is the complete lack of awareness of said prejudice by the offending group. I've spoken to people within this group whom I consider, in all other matters, to be intelligent and open-minded, and yet they continually fail to see it. I have also spoken to others who would count themselves amongst those who are outside this group and they have, to a person, shared my perspective. During a recent discussion, I was reminded of the investigative shows such as 60 Minutes or 20/20 in which an episode featuring a man and a woman applying for the same job, or a black and a white person applying for housing, gay and straight, Muslim sounding name versus John Smith, etc. In each case the offending party didn't even seem to be aware of their prejudice, though it was all too obvious to the audience. Too, there are numerous studies (i.e. which face is more trustworthy and then showing faces from multiple racial groups, etc.) which indicate that people are, regardless of their self-image, more prejudice and less tolerant than they might otherwise think. Do you believe that prejudice by the dominant group in any society to be something that the minority groups will always have to deal with? Is there any way, minus beginning ones own investigative journalist show and showing, through hidden cameras and mikes, to show these folks examples of their prejudice that they can actually accept as prejudice?