Tag Archives: structural racism

Don’t Talk about Implicit Bias Without Talking about Structural Racism

Any learning about implicit bias must include both clear information about the neuroscience of bias and the context of structural racism that gave rise to and perpetuates inequities and harmful racial biases. Continue reading

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America to Me in Oakland

Last weekend, National Equity Project was honored to host America to Me’s Oakland Training in partnership with Participant Media. The free training convened over 60 educators, students, administrators, activists and others at Oakland Tech High School. Participants came together to … Continue reading

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Hugh Vasquez on Internalized Oppression

National Equity Project Senior Associate Hugh Vasquez will join the radio program A Safe Place to Talk About Race on Monday, November 5, at 4pm EST, 1pm PST. The program streams live online via the VoiceAmerica Variety Channel. Episode description: … Continue reading

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Reflections on Transforming Race

I had the opportunity to recently attend the Transforming Race Conference sponsored by the Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity. The conference was attended by social justice researchers, activists and practitioners from across different social sectors (e.g. … Continue reading

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