I apologize for the long question. I am about to start teaching my ELLs about the Civil Rights Movement. Though none of them see themselves as prejudiced, I have heard that there are quick assessments out there that kids can take that will help them identify their biases, confront them, and deal with them.
I vaguely remember taking one where you looked at a series of pictures quickly after you read the accompanying scenario. Example..."The man is young with sagging pants, a sleeveless shirt, and dark glasses. He is standing behind you in a line in a store. You..." At this point, alternating pictures of young men of all ethnic groups appear on your screen where your reaction time is counted. Long story short, longer stares generally meant a prejudice of some type.
If you know of any type of online self-analysis, I would be eternally grateful if you would share it.