And there's something wrong with them.
Children with the genetic condition known as Williams syndrome have unusually friendly natures because they lack the sense of fear that the rest of us feel in many social situations. Now, a study reported in the April 13th issue of Current Biology, a Cell Press publication, suggests that children with Williams Syndrome are missing something else the rest of us have from a very tender age: the proclivity to stereotype others based on their race.
The link with social fear isn't so surprising but it is interesting that gender stereotypes are not affected by this.
Sadly, the price of being free from racism in this way is a bunch of medical problems.