Implicit bias is about embedded (but often invisible) ways of thinking that influence the way we interact with others. Prof. Dolly Chugh suggests that this "fog" of cloaked associations comes from sources such as media, news, conversations we hear at home, and our education.
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Alternative Question: How would you explain implicit bias to someone from a culture that does not eat peanut butter & jelly?