Press Release

NAACP Partners with GSN on “Without   Prejudice?”

August 19, 2007

The NAACP invites you to view an engaging new TV series that’s certain to ignite hot button discussions about racism, sexism and other prejudicial issues. Please join us as we tune into GSN’s “Without Prejudice?” on Tuesdays at 9 p.m. (EST), 8 p.m. (CST). Be sure to watch on Tuesday, August 28th when NAACP’s newest PSA spot will air during a special episode presented in association with the NAACP. The primetime program features five ordinary, everyday people vying for a $25,000 prize and five judges who rely on their personal feelings about race, gender, age, appearance and beliefs in selecting a winner. Be part of a nationwide conversation that brings thought-provoking issues out in the open in an effort to cultivate new perspectives. To learn more about “Without Prejudice?” and the NAACP’s participation in the Without Prejudice Project.

About Without Prejudice Project
GSN created the Without Prejudice Project to provide an opportunity for people across the country to participate in a thoughtful, productive conversation about prejudice.  Using distinguished pollster, Zogby International, GSN commissioned a poll designed to explore Americans’ preferences and biases.  The poll findings serve as a barometer of the country’s tolerance and a platform for honest discussion.  To stimulate the conversation, GSN has launched a comprehensive project including PSAs, an online forum (featuring snap polls, blogs, discussion guides and community building resources from our partners), a PR effort, and print, TV and online media.  GSN is partnering with leading advocacy groups on the Without Prejudice Project, including NAACP, YWCA, GLAAD, CAIR and NCLR.