On the MAP
Since last year, UAlbany has had a chapter of Minorities and Philosophy (M.A.P.). The organization is largely student run, and they've gotten funding from several sources to bring in a guest speaker for a symposium this Friday.
Readers in the capital region should note that it's open to the public.
Symposium on Implicit Bias
Friday, March 27
2:00pm to 5:30pm
Humanities 354, UAlbany uptown campus
Here is the schedule:
2:00 Adefolaji Fasanya, UAlbany M.A.P. President "Introduction to Implicit Bias"
2:15 Henry Curtis "Can you be racist without knowing it?"
2:30 Scott Wolcott "Implicit Bias and the Police"
3:00 Intermission with Food and Refreshments
3:30 Keynote Address: Professor Michael Brownstein (CUNY) "Implicit Bias and the Credibility of Moral Intuition".
Mon 23 Mar 2015 11:07 AM