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Date:

November 6

Time:

11:00 am - 01:00 pm

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Organizer

540WMain

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This online class will teach you how interacting on the internet and everyday life to understand implicit bias .

overview

Implicit bias refers to the attitudes or stereotypes that affect our understanding, actions, and decisions in an unconscious manner. This online class will teach you how interacting on the internet and everyday life to understand implicit bias at a personal and social level and leverage this understanding in a way that will allow you to decrease instances of microaggressions and other covert racist tendencies in your professional and personal life.

 

what you’ll learn:

  • Compare and contrast microaggressions and implicit bias
  • How do we understand implicit bias, unpack it and understand how our backgrounds, upbringing,
  • How do we mitigate implicit bias as we interact with in increasingly globalized and diverse community

*This class will be led by a Facilitator in Training as part of our Antiracism Facilitator Fellowship. By signing up you are supporting the training and development of our anti racism fellow. We appreciate you signing up for this class and providing valuable feedback for our fellow in training. This class is free and donation based. Learn more about the fellowship here: https://540westmain.org/services/become-a-fellow/.

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