How do you recognize implicit bias, and how do you deal with it when you encounter it?
Implicit bias is the unconscious attribution of particular traits to a member of a certain social group. How can we recognize these hidden biases in our daily lives? We'll discuss the issue with Dr. Jamillah Moore, President of Cañada College and researcher in the field of intercultural communication.
About Jamillah Moore
Dr. Jamillah Moore is President of Cañada College, located in Redwood City. A native Californian, President Moore holds a two degrees from California State University, Sacramento: a Bachelor of Arts in Communication, and a Masters in Intercultural Communication and Public Policy. Dr. Moore also earned a Doctorate from the University of San Francisco in International and Multicultural Education. She has published articles, book chapters and other publications, and her work has appeared in Psychology Today and Diverse Issues in Higher Education. In addition, Dr. Moore is the author of Race and College Admission: A Case for Affirmative Action. Dr. Moore is also the recipient of the 2014 California State University, Channel Islands African American in Higher Education Achievement Award and the 2018 National Coalition Of 100 Black Women Educator of the Year Award.