MTV reportedly working on a documentary exploring 'white racism'

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A production company called Punched in the Head Productions recently posted a casting call for an MTV documentary about white racism.

The ad seeks white people between the ages of 16–24 to send their details to the producers.

In a post that has since-been deleted, the Brooklyn-based company’s website explains that they “specialize in eye-opening, perspective-changing stories about real people — the kind that make you feel like you’ve been ‘punched in the head.’”

Some of the questions in the casting call post are included below:

  • Are you being pressure to be “politically correct” because you’re white?
  • Are you being discriminated against for being white?
  • Are you being made to feel guilty because you are white?

The as-yet-untitled documentary will be helmed by Pulitzer-winning journalist Jose Antonio Vargas, according to Gawker.

The ad asks: “Are you white? Do you have a story to tell? We want to hear from you.”

An MTV poll found that 48% of white millennials thought discrimination against whites was as bad as discrimination against other groups.