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The YWCA Greater Green Bay is partnering with several agency members of the Brown County CCR to bring you its second annual conference addressing implicit bias. Participants at this event will leave having been exposed to a practical definition of implicit bias, eye opening examples of how implicit bias is expressing itself in Northeast Wisconsin, and a robust community conversation about ways we can positively impact the changing demographics of Brown County and beyond. Participants will exit the conference and go back into families, jobs and lives with tools to make a difference.
A variety of regional experts in fields central to diversity, inclusion and anti-oppression work are coming together creating an opportunity related to the YWCA’s dedication to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all. They will be on hand facilitating workshops, adding wisdom to panels, and offering practical tools to all those hoping to become a part of the solution to a more inclusive community.
What are people saying about the Implicit Bias Conference?
“I enjoyed meeting so many great people with the chance to have deep conversations with them. I learned lots from their experiences.”
“I loved the hiring panel discussion. I learned so much, and now I have some great stuff that I can bring back to my organization.”
“I received the tools to recognize my bias and make a shift.”