CCACE & The Friends of the Concord Public Library presents Unconscious Bias

CCACE is thrilled to partner with The Friends of the Concord Public Library to present our next “Can We Talk” program.

How do we begin to recognize and acknowledge that we all have biases, that we are part of the problem? In this groundbreaking series of five discussions, we will examine our unconscious biases, understand how to have conversations with others around this topic, and learn tools to use in our daily lives to counteract this.

The series begins with an overview of unconscious bias and how to perceive the topic as a whole. Each subsequent presentation will build on that topic, covering race, gender, and class/culture issues, and ending with a discussion on how to take what we’ve learned and apply it. We hope you will join us, and our five knowledgeable presenters, in better understanding this important topic.

This course will be offered in two sections, a morning section and an evening section. The first session in October will be all together on October 2nd from 7-9 pm. For the remainder of the sessions, section A will meet on Tuesdays from 10 am – 12 pm and section B will meet on Wednesdays from 7-9 pm. Please note which session you are signing up for. Click here for details and to register.

See our article in The Concord Journal!

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