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November Program: Implicit Bias and Micro-Aggressions Training
As an alternative to our regularly scheduled November Lunch & Learn, we invite you to join the LWV of Wisconsin's Statewide Implicit Bias Training.
In 2020 the LWVUS elevated diversity, equity, and inclusion as a core institutional value, on par with the League’s nonpartisanship policy. The LWV Wisconsin is hosting a statewide webinar on Nov 17, “Implicit Bias Training—Empathy on Purpose.” The training is open to all members and the public. Register on this page (upper right side) for the Nov 17 webinar.
Join LWVLA for a
Reflections on the Impact of Bias in Our Communities
Monday, November 21
7:00 - 8:00 PM
Professor Laurie Cooper-Stoll
On November 21, the LWV La Crosse Area is hosting a local conversation to explore what implicit bias is, where we see implicit bias in the La Crosse League, and how we as individuals and as an organization can be more welcoming to and build relationships with others. Changing our implicit bias requires self-reflection, time, intention, and training.
UWL Professor Laurie Cooper-Stoll will facilitate a conversation exploring implicit and explicit bias in the Coulee Region. Together we will discuss how our attitudes and biases affect our actions. Click the button below to register for the Lean-In Discussion.
Diversity, equity, and inclusion are core principles critical to our current efforts to empower voters and defend democracy. This conversation is an important step in the LWV La Crosse Area DEI initiative.
Thursday, November 17, 2022, 6:30 PM until 7:30 PM
State/National LWV event