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Radio Smart Talk for Thursday October 18:
"What is your biggest prejudice?"
It's a provocative question and one that many people may not answer because they don't want to admit publicly that they may judge another person by their looks or how they're dressed, their skin color or religion.
It may be a difficult question to answer but it's one that witf's Public Insight Network and the Ephrata Public Library is asking as part of its Community Memory Project.
witf and the Ephrata Public Library will team up on Thursday's Radio Smart Talk to hear how people in the Cocalico Valley of Lancaster County and in Central Pennsylvania are discussing diversity and the prejudice question in particular.
Oral historian J. Phillip Eiseman and library executive director Penny Talbert will join us to discuss interviews being collected through the end of October.
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