We all have biases despite our best intentions because implicit bias lives deep in our subconscious. It permeates just about every aspect of life; nonetheless, the impact of our implicit bias on others significantly depends on our social and professional roles in society.
Biases held by police officers, physicians, prosecutors, and criminal court judges can have a detrimental impact on a person's life. Biases held by teachers and school administrators affect educational practices and student outcomes. For any sector, whether that be nonprofit, philanthropy, government, or business, implicit biases influence the priorities and policies implemented.
Implicit bias impacts how community partners, funders, and grantmaking organizations distribute funding. For this reason, we must understand how implicit bias works, its causes, consequences, and potential solutions.
Join SCG for interactive two-part implicit bias workshops facilitated by Reverend Dr. Bryant T. Marks, Sr. — Chief Equity Officer, National Training Institute on Race and Equity — to learn:
How implicit bias shows up in ourselves and our organizations
The dynamics of implicit bias in the virtual workplace
Racial disparities in the infections and casualties of the virus, and
The impact of the virus on perceptions of various groups in the U.S. and
How you can change your personal and organizational behaviors and practices.
Tuesday, October 5, 2021
9:00 am - 11:00am PDT
Tuesday, October 12, 2021
9:00 am – 11:00 am PDT
Your registration admits you to both sessions. The full curriculum for the implicit bias 101 training will be covered over the course of these days. Please plan to attend both sessions.