The current pandemic has increased prejudice and discrimination against migrants, which represents an important barrier to the implementation of appropriate policy measures to minimize the impact of the COVID-19 virus. Displaced Venezuelans in Colombia are currently facing many of these difficulties. Recent public opinion polls show that exclusionary attitudes are at an all-time high. This puts Venezuelan migrants at risk and acts as a disincentive to necessary public actions that integrate and protect this group. In this project, we ask how to reduce exclusionary attitudes. Recent work has shown that perspective- getting interventions, those in which individuals hear about the experiences of an outgroup member, have been successful at marshaling support for outgroups. However, we know little about their effectiveness in developing contexts, where migrants can be represented as a source of labor market competition. In this project, we implement a perspective-getting treatment that could potentially reduce discrimination against Venezuelan immigrants in Colombia.