Bias Override: Additional Resources

Thank you!

Thank you for attending NAR’s Bias Override class. Thank you for your commitment to simply be better — to serve consumers and your clients better, to communicate better, to interact better. When we acknowledge that we have bias, inherently, we grow. Learning the mind science of bias makes it easier to acknowledge those biases, because mind science helps us to understand that our biases are not flaws, they do not make us less than our colleagues or friends — they simply exist, and they are challenges to all of us. The act of working every day to overcome those challenges makes us better.

Thank you for committing to become better along with me!



  • john a. powell, “Creating the Conditions for Belonging and Breathing in a Toxic Environment”- click here to view
  • Godsil, Tropp, Goff, powell, MacFarlane, Science of Equality, Volume 2: The Effects of Gender Roles, Implicit Bias, and Stereotype Threat on the Lives of Women and Girls [article] – click here to read
  • Pew Research Center, U.S. Hispanic population continued its geographic spread in the 2010s [article] – click here to read
  • Dushaw Hockett, “We All Have Implicit Biases. So What Can We Do About It?”- click here to watch
  • Harvard University’s Project Implicit [Implicit Association Test] – click here to access and take the test
  • The New York Times, “A Conversation with Latinos on Race” – click here to watch
  • Baratunde Thurston, “How to deconstruct raciam, one headline at a time”- click here to watch
  • Rachel D. Godsil and Linda R. Tropp, “The Cognitive Traps that Can Harm Intergroup Relations” [article] – click here to read


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