Bias influences the way we all exist in the world. Whether innate or learned, bias causes us to think differently about ourselves and the people around us—leading to actions that are often based on stereotypes and prejudice.
This traveling exhibition from the Smithsonian Institution invites you to recognize and reckon with your own biases. The project is grounded in research and teaches us that bias is inside everyone.
Experience it in person and online to find connections between implicit bias and explicit acts of bias, encourage conversations to increase empathy, and understand and counter your own biases.
Additional support provided by Acton Family Giving; Anonymous; The Beverly Foundation; Steve and Sheri Lear; Target; Margaret A. Cargill Foundation Fund of the Minneapolis Foundation; Thomson Reuters; Alabama Power Foundation; Allianz of America; Valerie E. and William A. Anders; Atlanta Gas Light Foundation; Julie and David Burton; The Dreier Family; Lennart Ehn and Ginger Lew; Expedia; Trevor and Melissa Fetter; The Roger S. Firestone Foundation; Brenda J. Gaines; Myra Hart and Kent Hewitt; Charlie and Nancy Hogan; Judy and Bob Huret; Dr. Christine C.; Jenkins and Mr. Pierre A. France; KNOCK, inc.; Sarah Lawer and Frank Guanco; Leaders Forum; Kathleen Mason; Elyse; Rabinowitz and Jim Porter; Dr. Philip S. and Alice Hoolihan Randall; Gloria del C. Rodriguez; The Family of Leona Roen; Naoma Tate.
Based on an original concept developed by Tolerance in Motion: Steve Lear, Laura Zelle, and Elyse Rabinowitz, Founders; Ellen Glatstein, Laura Lipshutz, Alice Randall, Joanne Jones-Rizzi, and Susan Shapiro, Directors; Don Shelby, Founding Advisor; and the Jewish Community Relations Council of Minnesota and the Dakotas, Steve Hunegs, Executive Director.