Implicit Bias Toolkit
"Implicit Bias refers to the attitudes
or stereotypes that affect our understanding,
actions, and decisions in an unconscious manner."
This toolkit, developed by Louisiana Public Health Institute and ReCAST Baton Rouge, aims to help individuals and organizations understand and identify implicit bias.
Think You're Not Biased?
Psychologists at Harvard, the University of Virginia and the University of Washington created "Project Implicit" to measure unconscious bias. Launched in 1998, Project Implicit offers a series of “association tests” (IAT) designed to uncover participants’ unconscious biases about other demographic groups.
TAKE THE TEST!
(TIME REQUIRED: APPROXOMATELY 5 MINUTES)
Implicit Bias Educational Video Series
(SCROLL TO VIEW FULL SERIES OF SIX SHORT VIDEOS)
Resources, Guides and Trainings
Kirwan Institute Implicit bias training module
The Science of Equality, Vol. 1: Addressing Implicit Bias, Racial Anxiety, and Stereotype Threat in Education and Health Care
(Perception Institute 2014)
The Science of Equality, Vol. 2: The Effects of Gender Roles, Implicit Bias, and Stereotype Threat on the Lives of Women and Girls
(Perception Institute 2016)
Local Organizations for Equity