What is the Difference Between Racism, Prejudice, and Bias?
Bias • 1m 49s
Learn to differentiate the concepts of bias, prejudice, and racism and analyze how these three forces feed into each other, resulting in systemic racism. Seeing these connections can help us as individuals and as a society to function in a healthier, more equitable and inclusive way.
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