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Do microaggressions persist after practice?

Microaggressions are common, subtle, offending behaviors and attitudes that stem from implicit (unconscious) bias. Individuals targeted by microaggressions are different than us — different in their look, skin tone, gender, sexual preference, socioeconomic status, educational level and age. Implicit bias refers to unconscious stereotypes, assumptions, and beliefs held about an individual’s group identity. They affect Read more… Do microaggressions persist after practice? originally appeared in KevinMD.com.

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