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Ethical Considerations for Interrupting Implicit Bias
This interactive Northeastern District ethics presentation helps participants define and discuss implicit bias and how implicit bias impacts social work. We will explore microaggressions and systemic racism and reflect on our role as social workers in the work for equity and social justice. Participants will have space to examine their practice and leave with concrete ideas to counter implicit bias in their work through research-based interventions like counterstereotypes and mindfulness.
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