Implicit bias is something that everyone has but many cannot identify within themselves. Judge Draper draws on caselaw, research, and anecdotes from her own career to demonstrate the ways that implicit bias can impede equitable and just court experiences for all. She argues for the importance of more diverse juries, implicit bias instruction early in the proceedings, and the use of Batson as remedies to counteract bias.
"Implicit Bias: Racism Without Racist,"
The Bridge: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Legal & Social Policy: Vol. 6:
2, Article 4.
Available at: https://digitalscholarship.tsu.edu/thebridge/vol6/iss2/4