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Implicit Bias Calls to Action

  • Let us be “a tutti,” which means all voices or instruments together. When we work to eliminate bias then we will have Fratelli Tutti. Pope Francis’ encyclical closes with “A Prayer to the Creator.”
  • Let us improve our cultural communication by politely requesting permission to respond during a conversation. Use a polite and calm voice to ask for clarification and then state your position and the source you draw upon. Most importantly, be authentic.
  • Do not assume, ask for the name of the organization or person you can contact for a letter, meeting, or subsequent conversation.
  • Interrupt bias by calling it out in private conversations. But be prepared to call it out publicly if it is causing harm to others.
  • Read and Share: Interrupting Bias: Calling Out vs. Calling In.

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