Southern Poverty Law Center's Learning for Justice

Resource Types Written, Web-based
Level of Training Level 1 (Beginner)
Year of Publication 2024
Length of Material 1-30 minutes


This resource focuses on the science behind bias and prejudice to raise awareness and promote understanding of unconscious prejudices to foster more inclusive and equitable environments. It offers tools and assessments for individuals to test themselves for hidden biases. It outlines how biases and prejudices are formed, how they impact our behavior and their effects on others, and how individuals can commit to change.  Southern Poverty Law Center. 2004.


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