Implicit Bias Training by the National Black Prosecutors Association in Collaboration with PCE and Other Partners

In November 2020, the National Black Prosecutors Association in collaboration with PCE and other partners hosted a four-hour training that examined biases in the criminal justice system, using scientific data and case studies. Approximately 300 participants were provided with actionable strategies to bring about a more equitable justice system and to maintain the integrity of the legal system.

Manifestations of Systemic Bias, Click Here (Duration 44:24)
Speaker: Deputy Director and Co-Founder for Ujima, Inc: The National Center on Violence Against Women in the Black Community – Gretta Gardner, J.D.

Motion for JusticeClick Here (Duration 54:29)
Speakers: Director of the Reshaping Prosecution Program at the Vera Institute of Justice – Jamila Hodge, Esq., and Deputy Director of the Vera Institute’s Reshaping Prosecution Program – Akhi Johnson, Esq.

Implicit Bias Training, Click Here (Duration 27:56)
Speakers: Police Chief of Charlottesville, Virginia – Dr. RaShall M. Brackney, Ph.D., and Executive Director and Founder of Prosecutors’ Center for Excellence – Kristine Hamann, Esq.

See PCE’s “Time for Action: 10 Things Prosecutors Can Do Now” for practical initiatives prosecutors can do to improve equity in the criminal justice system. Read.