The following is an excerpt from the Kirwin Institute for the study of Race and Ethnicity at The Ohio State University, 2015. The full article can be viewed here. Defining Implicit Bias Also known as implicit social cognition, implicit bias refers to the attitudes or stereotypes that affect our understanding, actions, and decisions in an unconscious … Continue reading Implicit Social Cognition, (Implicit Bias); Is there such a thing?
The Diversity of Change The image above is an abstract representation of change. Can you see it? Not everyone will be able to make the connection between the fish leaving his comfortable environment, one he's been use to all his life for a new environment that appears to be more colorful yet unfamiliar. Even so, the … Continue reading Change
An article by Kiara Butler, Taiwo Demola & Taliq Tillman from Nov 11, 2016 The Conversation
There are too many negative stories in the news delineating the divisions in humanity. Well here's one that shows what's GOOD about America, and will warm your heart as well. 20 Bikers Show Up At Boy’s School When Mom’s Car Is Totally Destroyed By Bullies You will after reading watching this story.
It took a while but we have finally arrived. We have launched the first line of Hoodies and T's sporting the ColorBlind logo. As you can see we have done a bit of re-branding in that we struck through the word ColorBlind because how are we to embrace our differences if we are not allowed to … Continue reading ColorBlind Hoodie and T-shirt launch
The following MEME depicts the perspective, in their own words of one of the current candidates running for President of the United States. This needs to be addressed.
Colorblind or Color Brave?
The following link is the story of a remarkable young girl is on a mission to change the world through kindness one bracelet at a time. Please read and share. http://fox40.com/2016/07/18/west-sacramento-girl-finds-new-way-to-pay-it-forward-during-turbulent-times/