Monthly Archives: June 2016

Implicit Bias

Recently, there was an On Being interview with Mahzarin Banaji, a professor who studies implicit biases. I liked what she had to say: I do believe that, in our culture and in many cultures, we are at a point where our … Continue reading

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The Ocean

More than 10 years ago when I lived in San Francisco I would run the four miles from the Panhandle all the way to Ocean Beach. I’d look at the waves for a few minutes, and then I’d hop on … Continue reading

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