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        Who, Me? Biased?

        What is implicit bias? NYT/POV's Saleem Reshamwala unscrews the lid on the unfair effects of our subconscious.

        Implicit Bias: Peanut Butter, Jelly and Racism

        What is implicit bias? NYT/POV's Saleem Reshamwala unscrews the lid on the unfair effects of our subconscious.

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        Implicit Bias: Check Our Bias to Wreck Our Bias

        Signs of implicit bias lurk within our inboxes, social networks and the patterns of our daily lives. Looking at our own data can help us change our ways.

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        Implicit Bias: Make Friends Tackle Bias

        To reduce implicit bias, build friendships that cross the racial divide. Sound too easy to actually work? Researchers beg to differ. Worst case, you have more friends.

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        Implicit Bias: Why We're Awkward

        Here’s a paradox: The harder we try to act "super normal" around people of other races, the more likely we'll be super weird. Is there a way around this? Hint: Yes.

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        Implicit Bias: Snacks and Punishment

        Need justification for taking breaks and naps? Turns out those activities could make us less biased toward people of other races.

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        Implicit Bias: High Heels, Violins and a Warning

        Orchestras made clever changes to deal with centuries-old bias. If an orchestra can do it, there's hope for all of us — but a final word of caution.

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