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CAIR Partners with GSN Network to Challenge Prejudice


(WASHINGTON, D.C. 7/9/07) – This summer, GSN (The Network for Games) embarks on the Without Prejudice Project – an initiative centered around the network’s groundbreaking new series – “Without Prejudice?” The Without Prejudice Project is GSN’s initiative to help Americans address and combat prejudice in all its forms.


In cooperation with the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) and other social justice partner organizations, the network will provide an online hub to encourage thoughtful discussion and provide helpful resources.

“We are pleased to partner with GSN in this important effort to eliminate intolerance and other forms of discrimination in our society,” said CAIR Communications Coordinator Amina Rubin. “We encourage Americans of all backgrounds to take part in this worthy initiative and to openly discuss the need to challenge prejudice.”

The “Without Prejudice?” series promises to provoke spirited national debate around hot-button issues and challenge viewers to examine their own preferences and prejudices. Hosted by Dr. Robi Ludwig, a renowned psychotherapist and award-winning journalist, this thought-provoking series features five contestants opening their lives to examination by five ordinary strangers who will decide which of the contestants, in their opinion, deserves to receive a one-time prize of $25,000.

As the contestants reveal increasingly more about their lives and beliefs, the panelists, representing all parts of the country and all walks of life, will inevitably say what viewers at home are thinking. The question is will their determination be made “without prejudice” and will their first impressions carry through to the end?

Catch “Without Prejudice?” every Tuesday at 9PM/8C on GSN starting July 17. For more information on the show and the Without Prejudice Project, visit:

CONTACT: CAIR Communications Coordinator Amina Rubin, 202-488-8787, E-Mail:


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