There is a lot to think about in this video lecture by David C. Wilson, Dean of the Goldman School of Public Policy from Robert Reich’s Wealth and Poverty class at U.C. Berkeley. It’s about the science behind racial resentment and justice. It surprised me by alluding to psychological similarities between people who want to keep our structurally racist systems and people to want to get rid of them – both appeal to a sense of fairness but with very different results.
Tag: structural racism
The Circle of Human Concern: Video + Curriculum | Haas Institute
This very short video is well worth watching.
“Implicit Bias is the process of associating stereotypes or attitudes towards categories of people without conscious awareness.”
Source: Don’t Talk about Implicit Bias Without Talking about Structural Racism