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Research says there are ways to reduce racial bias

Based on the work by several researchers, German Lopez proposes frank, brief conversations may help people re-examine and even reduce their biases.

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When Whites Just Don’t Get It, Revisted by Nicholas Kristof

As a follow-up to his series of columns in 2014, Nicholas Kristof points out the “racial disparities . . . [that] are as grave as ever”: wealth, sentencing, exposure to environmental hazards, education, job opportunities, etc.  He refers to an…

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Causes and Consequences of Racial Bias in Law Enforcement, February 10, 2016

Especially relevant for now ==  Wednesday, February 10, 4:30 p.m. a talk in the Inequality Science Series in A32 Peretsman Scully Hall Presenters: Karin Martin, Assistant Professor, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Jack Glaser, Associate Professor, Goldman School of…

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How to take a stand on racial bias: #TheTalk

This article on MTV honors the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by enumerating “9 Ways You Can Take a Stand on Racial Bias.”

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