This implicit bias training and discussion is a special 2-hour presentation that explores how we unconsciously attribute certain qualities to members of a particular race, gender, sexual orientation, disability, etc. Discussion will include how these associations are formed, the impact they have on our behavior, and how we unconsciously evaluate others despite our best intentions. Xusana Davis, Vermont’s Executive Director of Racial Equity, will introduce facilitator, Bor Yang.Bor Yang serves as the Executive Director and Legal Counsel for The Vermont Human Rights Commission. As Executive Director, Yang supervises the investigations, litigates discrimination claims on behalf of the public interest, advances policies related to civil rights, and provides training on implicit bias, fair housing, bullying, harassment and hazing and more throughout the State of Vermont.
Criminal Justice in Vermont Speaker Series
The League of Women Voters, in partnership with Kellogg-Hubbard Library, is pleased to present its 2019-20 Speaker Series on “Criminal Justice in Vermont.” Five thought-provoking lectures engaging expert speakers will be held on the second Wednesday at 7 p.m. in the Hayes Room at the Library located at 135 Main Street, Montpelier