Systemic Racism

To fix racism we need to start measuring it, says this psychologist

Science and data can help us change behaviour and eliminate racial bias, in society and the workplace. Image: World Economic Forum/Mattias Nutt

Samantha Sault

Writer, Washington DC and Geneva

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Phillip Atiba Goff, Co-Founder and President, Center for Policing Equity, USA, speaking in the The Reality of Racial Bias  session at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2020 in Davos-Klosters, Switzerland, 21 January. Congress Centre - Betazone. Copyright by World Economic Forum/Mattias Nutt
Dr. Goff discusses why we shouldn't define racism in terms of hearts and minds. Image: World Economic Forum/Mattias Nutt
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