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Webinar: Hidden Bias of Good People - Implications for Court Personnel


Broadly speaking, group-based bias involves varying degrees of stereotyping (exaggerated beliefs about others), prejudice (dis/liking others), and/or discrimination (unequal treatment of others) that occur above or below conscious awareness. Scholars have labeled the unconscious form of group-based bias implicit bias. In this provocative and highly interactive presentation, Dr. Marks will describe the science behind the causes and consequences of implicit bias and its implications for court personnel and processes. Dr. Marks will also offer practical strategies for managing and potentially mitigating implicit bias at the personal and organizational levels.

Welcome & Moderators:

  • Edwin T. Bell, NCSC, Director of Racial Justice, Equity and Inclusion
  • Judge Jimmie M. Edwards (ret.), 22nd Judicial Circuit Court of Missouri, Attorney at Law Lashly & Baer, P.C.


  • Reverend Dr. Bryant T. Marks, Sr., Founder and Chief Equity Officer, National Training Institute on Race & Equity, Professor of Psychology, Morehouse College

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For more information email Edwin Bell.