All people in a society have an identity and all people have biases. But how does our identity inform our biases? How do these biases affect our ability to interpret our surroundings, make decisions and interact with people who are different than us? Join us for a judgement-free conversation in Rapson
Hall 56 on April 7th from 1 to 4pm, where we can explore our experiences with bias together.
- The event will be free for attendees with a suggested donation of $5.
- It's facilitated by Dr. Raj, an Assistant Professor in the school of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice at Metropolitan State University. He was the recipient of the 2016 St. Paul Foundation’s Facing Race Ambassador Award.
- Light snacks and refreshments will be provided
- Attendance will be capped at a 100 individuals; RSVP "Yes" before it fills up!