Tag: Implicit Bias

Can we measure the amount of racial bias? Are we less racist?

Millennials Lead the Charge in Reducing Explicit and Implicit Racial Bias


Reading Time: 6 minutes
Are we becoming less racist? There’s good news and bad news! Good news until 2016, we were becoming less. After 2016, we don’t know, but you know, don’t you?

What factors influence whether a police officer shoots or not?

To Shoot or Not to Shoot: What is a Police Officer to Do?


Reading time: 5 minutes
What factors determine whether a police officer shoots or not? Our brains are complex, but we can narrow it down to several factors: (1) race of the suspect, (2) priming of the officer to shoot, and (3) the possibility that the suspect is armed. With so many guns in society, police have to assume everyone is armed. It all adds up to ensuring that PoC are hurt first and worst by our violence prone policing.

What evidence is there for implicit bias in police

Racism in the Police Use of Force: the Implicit Bias Shoot-Don’t Shoot Game


With so many proposals for arming teachers and suggestions that good guys with guns can stop bad guys with guns and then actual mass shootings where unarmed good guys stop the armed bad guys and violent arrests of young women because of plastic cutlery, you gotta wonder, would I shoot an unarmed black man if I had the chance? This implicit bias game helps you figure it all out.

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