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This study examined the correlations between implicit racial stereotyping and colorism and their roles in society. Using Fitzpatrick's Skin typing scale and animated facial software, this study used a mixed method approach to examine participants' reactions to stimuli in the context of colorism and implicit racial stereotyping. In addition, participants offered responses to explicit response open-ended questions concerning colorism and racial stereotyping. The findings revealed that color-blinddoaj:4fae715809f04ef79c930e4603d622c4 fatcat:jykwigovprem3n3riq5qrany7q