Webinar: Moving beyond the conversation on Implicit Biases to achieve racial equity
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About The Session:
According to the Kirwin Institute, our implicit biases are the attitudes, stereotypes that affect our understanding, actions, and decisions in an unconscious manner. While its important to examine our implicit biases, we have to move the conversation beyond implicit biases in order to achieve racial equity and build a socially just future.
At the conclusion of this webinar, participants will:
1. Define implicit bias and microagressions
2. Examine root causes of racial injustices
3. Discuss why racial healing is central to racial equity work.
About The Speaker:
Since 2015, Ebonyse has worked to promote racial equity in early childhood by providing training on diversity, inclusion and equity with a focus on examining structural barriers to educational equity, implicit racial bias, and culturally responsive instruction to the early childhood workforce in North Carolina.
Currently Ebonyse teaches early childhood and family science courses at North Carolina and Winston-Salem State Universities. She is a Certified Family Life Educator and holds a Doctor of Education in Early Childhood and a Master of Arts in Human Service Counseling from Concordia University Chicago. She completed a second Masters in Family Studies from Texas Woman’s University. Ebonyse is passionate about creating equitable programs and practices for diverse families and their children.
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- Non Member Registration$12$120$0