‘How They See Us, Part 2’ panel further explores implicit bias

February 18, 2022

Jackson College will continue its dialogue on implicit bias with “How They See Us, Part 2,” a panel discussion that furthers the conversation that began on Martin Luther King Day. This talk will be presented at 10 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 24 , virtually via Vimeo.

Learn more about implicit bias in race relations from the perspective of the black professional. Daniel Mahoney, affinity liaison to the African-American community, and Antoine Breedlove, director of Multicultural Affairs, Jackson College, will serve as moderators. Panel members will include:

  • Tashia Carter, Community Project Coordinator, Henry Ford Allegiance Health
  • Anthony Coffie, 10th Grade Assistant Principal, Jackson High School
  • Sharniece Jelks, Residence Life Coordinator, Jackson College
  • Clevester Moten, Business Instructor, Jackson College
  • John Willis, Chief Equity Officer, City of Jackson
  • Khari Willis, Professional Athlete, Indianapolis Colts

The Offices of Multicultural Affairs and Diversity, Equity and Belonging will present this event. To watch the discussion virtually, click https://vimeo.com/677782792/216d6ae644