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Unconscious Bias & racial discrimination

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Why Christianity Is Perceived as the White Man’s Religion - Olivia Pierce - TEDxEdina

Unconscious bias and lack of racial diversity in visual representation causes damage in schools, communities, workplaces and places of worship across the globe. It creates a divide between those who see themselves as empowered, and those who don’t.

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How racial bias works - and how to disrupt it - Jennifer L. Eberhardt

Our brains create categories to make sense of the world, recognize patterns and make quick decisions. But this ability to categorize also exacts a heavy toll in the form of unconscious bias. In this powerful talk, psychologist Jennifer L.

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Racism in Football: New Research Shows Media Treats Black Men Differently to White Men

Ideas of black people as natural athletes contribute to wider social myths of black people as hyperphysical, uncontrollably strong and cognitively challenged. These ideas have very real consequences for black communities in Britain.

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How Racism Makes Us Sick - David R. Williams

Why does race matter so profoundly for health? David R.

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Just Belonging: Finding the Courage to Interrupt Bias—Kori Carew—TEDxYouth@KC

A moment of racial tension presents a choice. Will we be silent about implicit and unconscious bias, or will we interrupt bias for ourselves and others? Justice, belonging, and community are at stake.

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The cure for racism - Napoleon Wells - TEDxColumbiaSC

Dr. Wells proposes a mental health approach to curing racism. As a Clinical Psychologist for the Department of Veterans Affairs, Napoleon is the Supervisor of Primary Care Mental Health Integration, as well as an adjunct lecturer.

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Mindfulness and Racial Bias: Straight Talk with Rhonda Magee JD

Ready for some straight talk about racial bias and mindfulness? Many who examine the growth of the field of contemplative practice see it as coming only from straight, middle-class whites and corporate America.

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Ta-Nehisi Coates on Why Whites Like His Writing

“The history is what the history is. And it is disrespectful, to white people, to soften the history.”

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