Professor Kimberly Norwood moderated this panel about how to see beyond stereotypes. She compared it to losing weight or quitting smoking.
“You must zero in on the problem and then consciously, consciously focus on changing it,” Norwood said.
Panelists talked about the importance of empathy, how stereotypes intersect and different strategies for talking about race.
Watch the videos below.
Kim Norwood, JD
Professor of Law, School of Law; and Professor, African and African-American Studies, Arts & Sciences
- Shyam Akula
Undergraduate Student, Biology and Neuroscience, Arts & Sciences, Class of 2016
- LaTanya Buck, PhD
Director, Center for Diversity and Inclusion
- Alan Lambert, PhD
Associate Professor, Psychology; Arts & Sciences
- Molly Metzger, PhD
Assistant Professor, Brown School
- Carrie Pettus-Davis, PhD
Assistant Professor; Brown School