This two-part virtual workshop series, presented by the National Equity Project, explores how advances in neuroscience are helping us to understand bias – how it is formed, how it “sticks” in our consciousness, its role in individual, interpersonal, institutional and structural oppression, and what we can do about it. Our unconscious/implicit biases can lead to actions (e.g., microaggressions) and decisions at odds with our intentions or explicit values. It is critical for individuals to understand how implicit (or unconscious) bias and microaggressions play out so that they can interrupt its development and improve both individual interactions and relationships and interrupt policies and practices that perpetuate inequities within systems and institutions.
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