Rachel Godsil on ‘Weaponizing Implicit Bias’

Our conference is one month away! Register today! Professor Rachel Godsil will join EJS President Eva Paterson and Roberto Gonzalez of San Jose State University on a panel about “Weaponzing Implict Bias” at our upcoming mind science conference June 22-23 in Oakland. The panelists will discuss incidents related to Cambridge Analytica, law enforcement, and other […]
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This Week in White Supremacy: Week 30

Our good friend Emily Scott was in Montgomery for the openings of the Legacy Museum and the National Memorial for Peace and Justice, followed by a two-day summit on racial justice.  She wanted to share a few of her Facebook reflections and photos with our TWIWS readers: The enormity of all that was experienced, learned, […]
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This Week in White Supremacy: Week 29

President Barack Obama tried to expand the way racial discrimination is measured and addressed, holding corporations and governments accountable for even unintended bias in a bid to reverse persistent racial inequality. Now the Trump administration is rolling those efforts back. Politico Amazon employees are outraged by their company’s opposition to a plan to add more […]
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EJS Mind Science Conference June 22-23

“Fighting Racism and Other Forms of Bias: What’s Working!?” An Equal Justice Society Mind Science Conference June 22-23, 2018 Oakland Marriott City Center 1001 Broadway, Oakland This conference is made possible through generous grants from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation and the Henry L. Hecht Family Fund. In June 2017, the Equal Justice Society (EJS) hosted […]
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This Week in White Supremacy: Week 28

At a San Francisco construction site, a noose was found on the 10th floor. There’s been graffiti with the N-word scrawled on the premises. And last Friday, in a first-floor bathroom, another discovery: dark-skinned Cabbage Patch dolls with nooses around their neck. KTVU An elementary school principal in Houston joked about telling police that a […]
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