Tag Archives: Unconscious Bias

Gen Y on D&I: Honesty is the Best Policy

What’s step 1 of the Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) 12-step program? It’s admitting you don’t have complete control. If everyone was completely self-aware, then the process would probably skip on to solutions. But the reality is—it takes time admitting that there ...

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A Point of View: Unconscious Bodies

Diversity and Inclusion workers talk a lot about unconscious bias as a barrier to living more inclusively. And because unconscious bias is a natural function of the brain–processing our limited and biased experiences from our culture–we typically think of unconscious ...

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The Buzz: #AirbnbWhileBlack

Does Airbnb discriminate against minorities? Gregory Selden says it does. Selden, a black 25-year old, recently filed a complaint against the San Francisco-based company claiming that when he tried to book an apartment in Philadelphia, an Airbnb host rejected his ...

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