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Understanding Implicit Bias & How It Impacts Our Community - Recorded: 12/11/15

Understanding Implicit Bias & How It Impacts Our Community - Recorded: 12/11/15

Understanding Implicit Bias & How It Impacts Our Community - Recorded: 12/11/15

Chris Bridges
Chris Bridges
on behalf of Alameda County Bar Association

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Launch date: 11 May 2017

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Last updated: 25 May 2017

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Description

This training will address the social science around “Implicit Bias” and provide examples of how implicit biases can affect our day-to-day operations in society, as well as result in disparate negative treatment towards people of color, even when seemingly “race-neutral” policies are applied. This presentation will also address in greater detail the impact implicit bias can play in the school-to-prison pipeline.

Recorded: 12/11/15

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the learner will be able to:
1. Understand the social science around “Implicit Bias”
2. Provide examples of how implicit biases can affect our day-to-day operations in society
Chris Bridges

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Chris Bridges
on behalf of Alameda County Bar Association

Chris Bridges is a graduate of Northeastern University School of Law. He also holds an MS in Criminal Justice from Michigan State University and a BS in Political Science and BA in Criminal Justice, both from North Carolina Central University, where he founded and led the Black Unification and Resocialization Network, an organization with a mission to provide education, support, networking, and community advocacy tools for African American students. Chris recently finished a two year fellowship with the ACLU of Northern California as the Racial Justice Project Fellow, where he worked on school to prison pipeline issues as a member of the Education Equity team. Under the mentorship of Eva Paterson, Chris is continuing to work on school discipline and education issues as well as inequities within the criminal justice system.

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This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • State Bar of California
  • 1.00 Hours

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