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The Lenses We Wear: Unconscious Bias

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The Lenses We Wear: Unconscious Bias

If you’re alive you have bias: Our brains process 11 million bits a second so those that surface are the lens through which we see. The problem arises that lens…
August 24, 2020

The Lenses We Wear: Unconscious Bias

If you’re alive you have bias: Our brains process 11 million bits a second so those that surface are the lens through which we see. The problem arises that lens becomes a compass. Reflect on how cracking our lens helps us see clearer.

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