NPR: Looking At The Impact Implicit Bias Has On Our Society

We can try to go about life thinking we are free of prejudice and generalizations about other people, but we all hold implicit biases as part of our personality. Be it through where and how we were raised, the neighborhood we live in, or a particular life experience, there are unavoidable biases we have that can be hard to let go off.

To take a closer look at how implicit bias affects our daily lives, and how it might have impacted the latest gun violence in America, Morning Shift talks to Robin Wright, Researcher and Facilitation Specialist at the Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity.

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