by Rachel D. Godsil, Jessica MacFarlane, Brian Sheppard
This report is part of a larger series, #PopJustice, dedicated to exploring the promise and potential of pop culture as an agent of social change.
This report is a review of academic studies and research reports exploring two key questions:
1) Can popular culture be an effective instrument for positive social change?
2) Can popular culture be leveraged in the effort to counter stereotypes and improve attitudes and behavior toward immigrants and people of color?
Read the full report here