Institutional Racism, Implicit Bias, and Microagressions
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Institutional Racism, Implicit Bias, and Microagressions

This workshop is part of the Racial Diversity and Equity series, providing opportunities to focus on both your individual AND organizational learning and growth. These sessions are perfect for any staff or volunteer at your organization who is interested in expanding their understanding of diversity and equity. Participate in all of the sessions as a series, or just choose the ones that are most applicable to you right now.

When: Tuesday, September 29, 2020
2-4 PM EST
Where: Webinar via Zoom. Log in information will be sent once registration is complete.
United States
Contact: Leah McDermott

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This 2-hour session, designed for individual learning and growth, will examine:

  • The construct of race and how it has changed throughout American history
  • Institutional racism, both historical and contemporary, and the continued disparities we see in generational wealth, educational outcomes, and other areas of society
  • The results of the Implicit Association Test and how implicit bias impacts everyday interactions with people and our decision-making process
  • Mechanisms to mitigate biases and recognize when we are relying on our biases to make decisions
  • The four units of socialization which will allow attendees to understand how we develop our biases
  • Microaggressions and how they impact people in marginalized communities

Our presenter is Tammy L. Hodo, PhD, President of All Things Diverse.


Each participant will be expected to take the free Implicit Association Test (IAT) before participating in the session.  Details will be emailed after registration.


This session is $15 for FNA members and $40 for non-members.  A 25% discount is available for registering for the entire series.


Series Overview

As nonprofit organizations across the state of Florida, we are committed to our missions, to making our communities better, stronger, and more responsive to their residents.  However, recent events across the United States have made many of us question how committed we actually are to diversity, equity, and inclusion, in our personal and professional lives.  Are we supporting and uplifting people of color?  Are we unintentionally doing more harm than good if we are not consciously anti-racist in our lives?  FNA is honored to provide this series of four workshops, designed to encourage and enable you to identify areas where you can make changes to your interactions to the world around you. 


Thank you to the Jim Moran Foundation for sponsoring the FNA Racial Diversity and Equity Series.

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