MTV is addressing alleged racial bias in the wake of the fatal police shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. 

[PHOTOS: 2014 MTV Video Music Awards Red Carpet]

As part of its "Look Different" campaign, the network will air public service announcements during Sunday's Video Music Awards.  A preview of one of the announcements features the "Hands Up.  Don't Shoot" rallying cry from the protests in Ferguson.  


The ad also features a quote from author James Baldwin that reads "Not everything that is faced can be changed; but nothing can be changed until it is faced."  MTV president Stephen Friedman tells the "Hollywood Reporter" that the quote from Baldwin is a "call to action" for people to confront their own bias.  That message is reiterated in a second PSA that addresses racial bias by showing seven young people discussing stereotypes.