SPARQ Faculty Co-Director Jennifer Eberhardt’s new book, Biased: Uncovering the Hidden Prejudice That Shapes What We See, Think, and Do, hits shelves tomorrow on March 26th. As she kicks off her book tour this week, here is a wrap up of early media highlights.
- Interview on CBS This Morning: Eberhardt was interviewed on CBS This Morning where she shared anecdotes from her book and talked about some common misconceptions about racial bias.
- LA Times op-ed: In an op-ed piece for the Los Angeles Times, Eberhardt writes about how death penalty sentences reveal persistent racial bias in the criminal justice system.
- Medium essay: In an essay for Medium, Eberhardt discusses how people’s minds and brains process racial difference and how this can lead to bias.
- Forbes recommended book: Psychologist and author Dolly Chugh recommends Biased for “those new to the topic as well as those well-versed in the topic” in her book recommendation for Forbes.
- Curious Minds interview: Entrepreneur and author Gayle Allen interviews Eberhardt for the Curious Mindspodcast
- Check out more coverage of Biased in the New York Post and Penguin Random House, and reviews and recommendations from Kirkus Reviews, Esquire, and Bustle.
Learn more about Biased and look up where you can see Jennifer Eberhardt on tour here.