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Opening Your Mind: Understanding Implicit Bias. Sponsored by The Jewish Federation of Cincinnati

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11:00 AM, Wednesday 3 Apr 2019 (3 hours)
Cincinnati, OH - Offsite
Admitting and identifying our personal biases can be difficult. Society is saturated with attitudes and stereotypes about social groups and people encompassing a range of intersectional identities. Over time, these feelings and beliefs can become more ingrained and nearly two decades of research demonstrates that we harbor implicit bias even if we seem to hold no explicit prejudice. In a special off-site visit to the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, join colleagues for a guided tour of the "Open Your Mind" learning lab to explore the attitudes or stereotypes that affect our understanding, actions, and decisions in an unconscious manner. Time permitting, participants will also be able to explore other museum installations through the lens of implicit bias. Space is limited to 40 participants.

Meet in the Hotel Lobby at 11:00 AM

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Sponsored by The Jewish Federation of Cincinnati

Ryan Wynett


Rebekah Stern


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