Resources for Unconscious Bias training
Listed here are readings and an online tool designed to help make individuals more aware of their assumptions and biases about race and ethnicity.
- Project Implicit is a strong internet-based resource: their Project Implicit Social Attitudes test is a highly regarded and often-cited resource to help demonstrate everyone's implicit or unconscious biases.
• Read a summary of the Implicit Association Test published in the University of Virginia Magazine
- Many universities and colleges have online information about unconscious bias. For one example, see the web page at the University of California, San Francisco.
- The book Banaji and Greenwald, Blind Spot: Hidden Biases of Good People (Delacorte, 2013; ISBN 978-0553804645) is a well-regarded book that helpfully explores the subject.
The AMS Planning Committee on Race and Ethnicity in the Profession (co-chairs Judy Tsou and George Lewis; members Naomi André, Mark Burford, Bonnie Gordon, Mark Katz, Tammy Kernodle, Alejandro L. Madrid, and Steve Swayne) would be interested to hear of additional resources that AMS members have found useful. Write to them with suggestions at any time.