Seven ways to fight bias in your everyday life
In a new article from UC Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center, Dolly Chugh, author of “The Person You Mean to Be: How Good People Fight Bias,” shares tips for continuing your journey from believing in egalitarianism and anti-racism to building a better world.
Per Chugh, these tips are “for people who already believe in diversity and inclusion, who know that bias exists in the world and even in themselves, who want to deepen their knowledge and figure out what to do about it.”
- UCOP Anti-Racism Task Force website
- UCOP Faculty and Staff Assistance Program: Free for UCOP staff, services include individual counseling, consultation to managers and supervisors, and assisting in the investigation of threats and violence within the workplace
- UCOP Ombuds Office: Assistance dealing with workplace-related conflict and many additional resources
- UC anti-racism resources page: Toolkits, articles, webinars and more from our UC locations, including resources specific to anti-Asian racism
- Culture and Connectivity Initiative: Tools for well-being and self-care