Fruita for Equality is a collaboration to support equality, inclusivity, and diversity through meaningful conversations and action in the community.
'What Is Implicit Bias?' event recap
Our latest event was a success! We joined virtually to explore the topic of our implicit bias. We took the Harvard Implicit Bias Test to dive deep into our unconscious to see how it compares to the way our conscious mind sees race. Whether we were shocked or unsurprised with our results, we had a good conversation on what they mean to us. We discussed whether we agreed with the results and how they affected us and the way we see things.
If you missed our Implicit Bias meeting but would still like to explore your own implicit bias, take the Harvard Implicit Bias Test.
We are planning an event about the history of Fruita as it pertains to race, inclusivity, and equality in January. More information to come soon.
Did you know that Fruita for Equality committee meetings are open to the public? If you’re interested in participating at a higher level, please feel free to attend our committee meetings. We typically meet one or two times per month.
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