Understanding Implicit Bias
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The human experience is biased, we all have points of view shaped by our experiences. Sometimes our “implicit biases” negatively affect the way we interact with others.
Kima and Dasha Kelly Hamilton guide us through “Understanding Implicit Bias,” a ninety minute interactive Webinar that will help people understand unconscious patterns and stereotypes we develop that affect individuals, attitudes and actions.
- Milwaukee PBS
Milwaukee PBS is the collective brand for two Public Broadcasting Service member television stations licensed to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States: WMVS and WMVT. Both stations are owned by Milwaukee Area Technical College
- Dasha Kelly Hamilton
Dasha is a facilitator, writer and creative change agent. She is a widely-respected educator, culture producer, and founder of Still Waters Collective, an arts outreach organization committed to building community, capacity and confidences. She worked as a public relations account executive for several PR agencies and director of a citywide youth program for the YMCA. Dasha has, since, gone on to serve as an Arts Envoy for the U.S. Embassy to teach, perform and facilitate community building initiatives in Botswana, Canada, Lebanon and the island of Mauritius.
- Kima Hamilton
Kima is a facilitator, DJ and social justice engineer. From Pennsylvania to Georgia to Alaska to Wisconsin, he has shaped his engineering skills and artistic talents into a signature work as a convener, counselor and ARTivist. Kima as traveled as an Arts Envoy for the U.S. Embassy in Colombia, India and Mexico. He has led writing workshops and wellness dialogues with school systems, social agencies, and correctional facilities. Kima leads discussion and healing circles for men with the Alma Center and is an on-air personality with Radio Milwaukee.
The views and opinions expressed in this online screening are those of the presenters and participants, and do not necessarily reflect the views or policies of ITVS, public broadcasting, or any entities hosting the screening.