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Addressing Implicit Bias



This training was presented on
October 3, 2023





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  • Recording
  • Presentation deck (full-size slides)
  • Note-taking slides (3/page)
  • Implicit Bias | Concepts Unwrapped (8:09)
  • Expert Explains the Power of Implicit Bias (2:25)
  • The Invention Of Whiteness (4:59)
  •  Intersectionality 101 (3:03)
  • What Are Micro-Aggressions? (1:34)
  • Implicit Bias Association Test (Race and Skin Tone Tests)
  • Anti-Racist Resource List

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This training will help participants to understand and address implicit biases, including where they come from and how they show up within our daily interactions with children, families, and others. Specifically, participants will learn about different types of biases, including racial, gender, and ability. Participants will have multiple opportunities to engage in self-reflection and practice using strategies to address implicit bias both personally and professionally.


Learners will:

  • Define a variety of implicit biases, including race and gender
  • Reflect on how implicit bias shows up personally and professionally
  • Use strategies to address implicit biases in their personal and professional lives


Who should attend: All staff of family resource center (FRCs), child abuse prevention councils (CAPCs), community-based organizations, and other child- and family-serving systems.


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Dr. Ebonyse Mead is a Clinical Instructor in the Birth to Kindergarten program at Georgia Southern University and President of the Educational Equity Institute. Prior to this, she worked at the state level promoting racial equity in early childhood by providing training on diversity, inclusion, and equity with a particular focus on implicit bias, racial socialization, and culturally responsive instruction to the early childhood workforce in North Carolina. Ebonyse is a Certified Family Life Educator and holds a Doctor of Education in Early Childhood from Concordia University Chicago. She earned a Master of Arts in Human Service Counseling also from Concordia and completed a second Master’s of Science in Family Studies from Texas Woman’s University.



President, Educational Equity Institute


Dr. Jen Neitzel is the Executive Director of the Educational Equity Institute, which is focused on eliminating the educational and opportunity gaps within communities through systems level change. Prior to this work, Jen was a Research Scientist and Technical Assistance Provider at FPG Child Development Institute at UNC-Chapel Hill for 15 years. During her time at FPG, her work focused on implicit bias; disparities in suspensions and expulsions; trauma; and culturally responsive anti-bias practices. Jen presents frequently at state and national conferences and is widely published in peer-reviewed journals. She also is the author of the book Achieving Equity and Justice in Education through the Work of Systems Change. Jen also is the co-editor and author of the Handbook of Racial Equity in Early Childhood Education.



Executive Director, Educational Equity Institute