Plays Wednesday, February 12 at 6:30 PM at the Michigan
bias is a film that challenges us to confront our hidden biases and understand what we risk when we follow our gut. Through exposing her own biases, award-winning documentary filmmaker Robin Hauser highlights the nature of implicit bias, the grip it holds on our social and professional lives, and what it will take to induce change.
2018. 128 min. Documentary. NR
Stay for a post-film discussion led by special guest Nadine Hall, Director of Diversity and Inclusion at Greenhills School.
Nadine has served as the chair of the Department of History and Social Sciences and has taught a variety of classes to both middle and high school students. Nadine holds a master’s degree in American Culture and Social Science. In her role as Director of Diversity and Inclusion, she has spoken on topics such as interrupting bias at the Independent Schools Association of the Central States conference, and on Frederick Douglass in Ireland for the U.S. State Department. Recently, Nadine was a keynote speaker at the American Reading Forum conference, where her presentation was entitled “Unlearning Racism, Sexism, and Homophobia: Increasing Equity Literacy in the Classroom and Beyond.” She is the newest board member of the Michigan Council of History Education and was recently accepted into the Leader of Color Fellowship which is a program dedicated to advancing racial equity, to champion change in the county.