Zoom as a Gender Equalizer

Over the last 16 months or so, the world has adapted to life via Zoom. By now, most of us have become experts in its use, be it for meetings, using the share screen function to present power points or other documents, using the polling function et cetera. We became [Read More]

By |August 13th, 2021|Research, Uncategorized|

Legislating Against an Implicit Bias

In 2017, I posted a blog entitled, “A Bias I Never Thought About” which discussed an implicit bias against hair styles, most notably, Afros, Dreads, Twists, and Braids. It was based on a lecture given by Professor Wendy Green who is an expert on discrimination based on hair style. This [Read More]

By |May 3rd, 2019|Legislature|
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