Learn How to Change Your Reactions to Others – This is Core Learning for Anti-Racism and Antisemitism Understanding and Action.
Why this workshop is important for You, and for our collective community?
The first step for any community in responding to the very real issues of diversity, racism, and injustice in our country is to recognize and reduce implicit bias.
Who is the expert presenting this leading-edge learning opportunity?
Kimberly Papillon, Esq. is a judicial professor and nationally recognized expert on medical, legal, and judicial decision-making. She has served as regular faculty at the National Judicial College. She has delivered over 400 lectures including to Google, Walmart, Clorox and Kaiser Hospitals, as well as the CDC, SEC, and the US DOJ.
She has a BA from UC Berkeley, a JD from Columbia University School of Law and an Advanced Certificate in Genetics and Genomics from Stanford University.
She will help us understand the neuroscience of implicit bias and provide us with tools to reduce the effects of our unconscious biases on our decision-making and interactions with others.
Register now to reserve your seat in our virtual classroom with Ms. Papillon and our North Peninsula Jewish community. (PJCC will facilitate registrations for this program.)
This leading-edge learning opportunity is proudly presented by the North Peninsula Jewish Community inclusive of the following co-sponsors: American Jewish Committee (AJC), Congregation Beth Jacob (CBJ), Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC), Peninsula Sinai Congregation (PSC), Peninsula Jewish Community Center (PJCC), Peninsula Temple Beth El (PTBE), and Peninsula Temple Sholom (PTS).Register Now