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Beyond Bias: Dialogs on Race
Module 1: Welcome to Beyond Bias: Dialogs on Race
Course Overview & Introduction
Introduction to Stereotypes
Exercise 1: Clarifying Your Values
Module 2: Bias, Memory, & Harmful Stereotypes
What is Implicit Bias?
The Unconscious Mind
What Harm Can Stereotypes Do?
Stereotypes and the Legal System
Stereotypes and the Medical System
Breaking the Link Between Stereotypes and Actions
Exercise 2: Identifying the Sources & Influences that Shape Your Views
Module 3: Fundamentals of Cognitive Behavioral Training
Understanding the Cognitive Model
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and the Cognitive Model
What are Cognitive Distortions?
Common Types of Cognitive Distortions
Learning to Evaluate our Beliefs
Exercise 3: Reflecting on Your Beliefs & Stereotypes
Module 4: Challenging the Stereotype of Blacks as Less Human than Whites
Historical Treatment of Blacks as Less than Human: The Slave Trade
Historical Treatment of Blacks as Less than Human: Slave Life
Historical Treatment of Blacks as Less than Human: Slavery and Government
Spirituality and Resilience
Eugenics and Medical Exploitation - The Tuskegee Study
Exercise 4: Recognizing Cognitive Distortions
Module 5: Dispelling the Stereotype of Blacks as Less Intelligent than Whites
Eugenics: The Historical Context
Eugenics: Damaging Effects on Black People
The Biased Development of IQ & Achievement Tests
Race "Science" and Discrimination
The Socioeconomics of Testing
Exercise 5: Analyzing Costs & Benefits
Module 6: Undoing the Stereotype of Blacks as More Criminal than Whites
Racial Profiling by Police
Over-Policing & Its Impact on the Black Community
Racial Disparities in the Criminal Justice System
Exercise 6: Challenging Negative Stereotypes with Facts
Module 7: Disproving the Stereotype of Blacks as More Violent than Whites
Violence by Blacks: Assumptions vs. Facts
Violence by Blacks: Looking at the Data
What do We Really Know About Black People and Violence?
An Eye for an Eye? Non-Violence as a Historical Choice
Not More Likely to be a Perpetrator, but More Likely to be a Victim?
What Does the Data Tell Us About those Killed by Police?
The Impact of Police Behavior on Communities & Individuals
Exercise 7: Continuing to Challenge Negative Stereotypes with Facts
Module 8: Review and Future Directions
What Have We Learned?
Four Negative Stereotypes About Black People
Exercise 8: Putting Your Values Into Action
What is Implicit Bias?
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