Us and them: library resources on bias
Bias is implicit, unconscious, and daily for us all. The library has collected some resources to help registrants illuminate and counter biases, for example, Everyday bias: identifying and navigating unconscious judgment in our daily lives by Howard Ross, an entrepreneur in leadership.
Various formats of the book are available:
- 2016 electronic book
- 2016 audiobook (requires the free EBSCO Audiobooks app)
- 2020 updated edition of the physical book (order this title via the library request page)
- a presentation by Howard Ross on everyday bias at Talks at Google is available on YouTube
Other College physical library books related to bias are:
- Inclusify: the power of uniqueness and belonging to build innovative teams. 2020
- Measuring the effects of racism: guidelines for the assessment and treatment of race-based traumatic stress injury. 2020
- How to be an antiracist. 2019
- Eliminating race-based mental health disparities: promoting equity and culturally responsive care across settings. 2019
- Blindspot: hidden biases of good people. 2013
- Critical thinking in clinical practice: improving the quality of judgments and decisions. 2012
- Black & blue: the origins and consequences of medical racism. 2012
Use the library request page to borrow any of these titles. Physical books are mailed to registrants for free and mailing labels are included so return postage is covered.
A related list that comprehensively provides College library resources as well as other free content can be found in the Race and Health Equity Resources reading list.