bias

Calm

How We Learn To Observe Our Own Biases 

Mindfulness is often taught to and by middle-aged white women, but some of the most intense and interesting work is being offered to diverse and disenfranchised communities—bringing our cultural and class biases out into the open. Read More 

  • Patricia Rockman and Evan Collins
  • September 3, 2019
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Audio

How Mindfulness Can Help us Talk About the Things That Divide Us 

Mindful editor-in-chief Barry Boyce talks with writer and editor Stephanie Domet about how mindfulness helps us deepen our caring not only for ourselves, but also for others, no matter how different from us they may seem. And, we meet the Mindful Vulgarian, and talk a little about MOMing, also known as Mouthing off Mindfully. Read More 

  • Barry Boyce and Stephanie Domet
  • July 16, 2019
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Audio

The Power of Seeing The Whole Picture 

Point of View Podcast Episode 9: Editor-in-Chief Barry Boyce and Editor Stephanie Domet talk about using mindfulness to slow down and see beyond our first impressions. Read More 

  • Stephanie Domet and Barry Boyce
  • May 16, 2019
Compassion

How Good People Can Fight Bias 

In her new book, Dolly Chugh provides us with tips for recognizing bias and reducing its effects in ourselves and our workplaces. Read More 

  • Jill Suttie
  • December 10, 2018
Audio

When Mindfulness and Racism Intersect 

Point of View Podcast Episode 7: Exploring how we’re missing out on the joys of our rich human community, and how mindfulness can help us dismantle the subtle patterns and habits that separate us from each other. Read More 

  • Barry Boyce
  • March 21, 2018
Calm

Fear and the Black Body 

The heart-wrenching conflict between police and black America, and how mindfulness offers a solution for fostering understanding and inviting transformation. Read More 

  • Marisela Gomez and Richard Goerling
  • September 26, 2016
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Careers

Beware Your Biased Brain 

Our brain can move very fast, and that can be a real problem. The tendency to make split-second assessments of people can lead to disastrous outcomes. Read More 

  • Sharon Begley
  • September 7, 2016
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Calm

How to Stop the Racist in You 

The new science of bias suggests that we all carry prejudices within ourselves—and we all have the tools to keep them in check. Read More 

  • Jeremy Adam Smith and Rodolfo Mendoza-Denton
  • August 3, 2016
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Calm

Fear Less, Love More 

Evolution has primed us to seek solid ground, certainty. That’s why we’re so quick to label others. Is mindfulness the way to uncover and counteract unconscious bias? Read More 

  • Karin Evans
  • January 27, 2016

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