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CBD2020: Becoming Conscious of Unconscious Bias:Contemplative practice to deepen respect & inclusion

In this session, we will explore everyday implicit, or unconscious, biases in the workplace: how to identify bias, how to address bias, and ultimately, how to make our unconscious biases conscious. We will cover the literature on bias and inclusion in education, academic medicine specifically, and the workplace more generally as we work together to building a more inclusive culture in our own spaces.

Democracy Matters: The Challenges Posed by COVID-19 —and What Policy Makers Can Do About It

Speakers for 9/22: Ran Abramitzky

Marshall Burke — Pandemic and air pollution

Matt Gentzkow — Polarization and Public Health

Pamela Karlan — COVID-19, Election 20

Erin Mordecai — Long-Term Intervention Strategies for COVID-19

Registration is open to Stanford community members with a @stanford.edu email address.

For the general public: Livestream link: https://livestream.com/accounts/1973198/events/9298081

Democracy Matters: Big Challenges for the Next Decade

Speakers for 11/17: Ran Abramitzky

Steven Chu — What the World Needs to Become Carbon Neutral

Gretchen Daily — How to Stop Environmental Destruction

Fei-Fei Li — The Future of Human Centered AI

Walter Scheidel — Will the Pandemic Remake Society?

Should the U.S. close its border to immigrants? What are the ramifications of income inequality? How has COVID-19 changed life as we know it?  Why are Americans so politically polarized? How can we address racial injustice?

Democracy Matters: The Election Results and What's Next

Speakers for 11/10: Ran Abramitzky

Emilee Chapman — Democracy and Voting

Francis Fukuyama — Overcoming Polarization

Anna Grzymala-Busse — Populism Around the World

Michael McFaul — U.S. Foreign Policy in Dealing with the Great Power Competition, China and Russia

Should the U.S. close its border to immigrants? What are the ramifications of income inequality? How has COVID-19 changed life as we know it?  Why are Americans so politically polarized? How can we address racial injustice?

Democracy Matters: Diversity, Polarization, and Racial Injustice

Speakers for 10/20:

Host: Debra Satz, Dean of H&S

Racial injustice:

Richard Banks — Race, Inequality and the Law

Richard Ford 

Allyson Hobbs — The Black Lives Matter Movement and the Power of Protest

Diversity and polarization:

James Fishkin — Bridging Political Divide

Hazel Markus — Inclusion in Diverse Societies

Robb Willer — How to Have Better Political Conversations

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