Implicit Bias Initiative
Implicit bias is a growing area for research and discussion. Offered here are materials for further reading and review, both in the legal field and, to a lesser extent, in other disciplines as well.
Implicit Bias Tool Box
The ABA Section of Litigation has developed this Toolbox for use in exploring implicit bias and approaches to “debiasing.” Some of the materials are the Section’s own; others are taken from additional sources.
Provides an outline and steps on how to setup an Implicit Bias presentation.
The Science and Implications of Implicit Bias
Produced by the ABA Litigation the twenty-minute film offers a great summary of the neuroscience relevant to understanding implicit bias.
Recommended Reading List
Offered here are materials for further reading and review, both in the legal field and, to a lesser extent, in other disciplines as well.
This glossary provides key words and terminology commonly used in reference to bias and bias incidents.
Implicit Bias Test
This online test of quick responses to a series of words and pictures measures response time to the computer images as a proxy for implicit bias.
The work on this bibliography in its current form was completed in 2012 and is a work in progress. The authors invite readers to suggest additions and help keep the site up to date.
Building Community Trust Model Curriculum and Instruction Manual
Developed as a Joint Project of the ABA Criminal Justice Section, Section of Individual Rights and Responsibilities, and Council on Racial and Ethnic Justice. With enormous gratitude and respect for their work, we acknowledge our colleagues’ generous sharing of approach, knowledge, and materials. A second leading source for information and training materials is the pioneering work of the National Center for State Courts, which has also piloted a Toolbox approach.Read Manual