UNPACKING IMPLICIT BIAS

3 Things White People Keep Getting Wrong About Bias

It’s not as cut and dry as you may think

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First things first. Racism is a one-directional social phenomenon that diminishes the quality of life for Black people and people of color while uplifting white people, maintaining the system of white supremacy. And while we’ve had substantial…

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Discussing implicit bias as a function of racism

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