Feed Your Mind (A Lecture Series with the University of Denver): Understanding Implications of Implicit and Explicit Bias in Schools


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Join Kamilah Legette, PhD, Assistant Professor of Psychology at the University of Denver as she presents

Understanding Implications of Implicit and Explicit Bias in Schools

Across the country, many communities and policymakers are talking about education reform. This talk explores an issue that is central to change. In particular, this talk will discuss ways racial biases can shape students’ schooling experiences and perpetuate racial inequities.

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About this series:

Denver Public Library is partnering with the University of Denver to offer a 4-week lecture series featuring a different DU professor presenting on the theme of "Change" each Thursday in April. 2-3 pm at the Ross-University Hills branch library.

April 6 Storytelling and the Advancement of Agricultural Workers' Rights in Colorado with Alejandro Cerón, PhD, Associate Professor and Chair of Anthropology

April 20 Global Social Change: From Colonization to Creating Regenerative Futures with Sarah Bexell, PhD, Clinical Associate Professor at the Graduate School of Social Work and Faculty Director at the Center for Sustainability

April 27 Fighting for Rights: Women's Movements on the Frontlines of Change with Marie Berry, PhD, Director, Sie Cheou-Kang Center; Director, Inclusive Global Leadership Initiative, Korbel School of International Studies


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