Before our upcoming April &May salons please click on the images below to take in these three videos.

At the salon we'll facilitate questions about how each of us intersects with systemic oppression.  We'll hold space for dialogue about oppression and media. Together, we'll think critically with an eye on the changes we want to see.

 
It is called by many names, including implicit bias, unconscious bias or implicit association. Implicit bias can be defined as the ingrained habits of thought that, when left unchecked, lead to errors in how we perceive, remember, reason and make decisions.
— Dr. Jeanne Porter King
Institutional racism describes the ways in which political, cultural and social institutions treat people differently depending on their race. 
— Resistance Manual
Dr. Joy DeGruy Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome 1:21:36

Dr. Joy DeGruy Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome 1:21:36


Richard Rothstein narrates short film Segregated By Design 17:42

Richard Rothstein narrates short film Segregated By Design 17:42

Reject the idea that we can be objective here instead create a practice of recognizing your implicit biases so that you can consciously interrupt them and divest from systemic oppression.
— BLIND SPOT