When presented with obvious discrimination many of us will step in and try to make things fair. But unconscious and implicit biases operate on stereotypes beyond our own awareness, and in contradiction with our own conscious values. They’re far more prevalent than conscious prejudice and scenarios such as time pressure may activate unconscious attitudes and beliefs.
But it’s not entirely beyond our control!
There are steps we can take to limit the impact unconscious and implicit biases have on our thoughts and behaviors.
Check out this webinar from the i2Coalition Diversity and Inclusion Initiative (DII) to learn more about unconscious and implicit biases, and gain actionable insights on how to address biases on both an individual and institutional basis