YouTube Videos Don't Reflect Ethnic Diversity Of Children


Videos on YouTube watched by children in the United States show characters who are less racially and ethnically diverse than the general population. The videos also were more likely to depict Black, indigenous and people of color (BIPOC) negatively compared with Whites, according to a report titled “Who Is the …


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