Racial Equity Resource Guide


Perceptions of Bias in the Media 2013 Survey

Arab American National Museum

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“Perceptions of Bias in the Media 2013 Survey” is a survey conducted by the Arab American National Museum and the National Voices Project to measure the representation of bias in the media in 2013. With a focus upon how Arabs and Muslims are portrayed in the media, these organizations surveyed 2,600 adults throughout the nation. Respondents were asked to identify which groups they felt that the media perpetuated a negative bias against. The survey goes further to break down the amount of interaction each respondent has with Arab or Arab Americans and breaks down their perception of bias in the media.

This survey was conducted between December 2012 and January 2013 and respondents came from 48 states and D.C. 

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Arab American National Museum

The Arab American National Museum is the only museum in the United States dedicated to Arab American history and culture.

Tagged with: Organization Alliance, Addressing Laws, Policy and Justice, Michigan

National Voices Project

The National Voices Project is an effort designed to determine the sources of racial disparities, how to address them and provoke dialogue about children's well-being.

Tagged with: Organization Alliance, Racial Healing, Research For Action, Health & Family, Michigan

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