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Look Deeper is a safe space for the conversations you want to have about bias in pop culture, the news, and in your own lives. You can share stories and comment using images, videos, audio clips, links, and more.

Look Deeper is part of MTV's Look Different campaign, which is here to help you erase the hidden racial, gender, and anti-LGBT bias all around us. As part of the campaign, MTV launched the Look Different Challenge, asking for creative ideas for a digital tool that would help us have meaningful conversations about bias. The winning tool, Look Deeper, was inspired by an entry from Joe Wheeler, a recent graduate and designer interested in how thoughtful media can spark conversations and encourage critical thinking.

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Jessyca

Female | 23

My family moved here from Lithuania after all the slavery and such went down. They couldn't get jobs because of where they came from. Is this an example of how "white"...

anonymous

I really think that schools need to do more to talk about race. I was always taught (in a mainly white school) that racism ended when Dr. King was killed. I didn't learn...

anonymous

If the 'N' word is used by black artists in songs meant for all people to listen to I want to know if its acceptable to PoC for whites to use the word when singing the song???

anonymous

Why do whites take the ideas and culture of other races and some how make it their own without any recognition to the originators but instead look down upon or shame it...

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#blacklivesmatter

female | 25

As Americans we know of the triumphs and struggles Black America faced in the past that has made positive opportunities for Blacks today. With all that was achieved, why...

anonymous

ppl think these conversations are forms of reverse discrimination when in fact it's really just a request to acknowledge that this society celebrates white culture, and to...

anonymous

As a black teen, I feel that not enough of our generation is speaking up. They are worried about other things. Any suggestions as to how to change that?

TeamColor

Male | 20

When a black person decides to speak out about white supremacy, the response is negative and filled with white supremacists and Uncle Toms. But when a white person speaks...