The University of Minnesota is committed to increasing equity and diversity among its staff, faculty, and students. This includes supporting people of color, people who identify as women, people with disabilities, 2SLGBTQIA+ communities, and other identities across campus. It is essential to recognize and address the presence of implicit bias and microaggressions in our everyday lives. This course explores the concept of implicit bias and how it produces microaggressions that can impact the classroom, work, and social environments. Participants will also be prompted to interactively apply skills in acknowledging and actively addressing bias and microaggressions to use in their everyday lives.
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