Dr. Christia Brown





By Dr. Christia Spears Brown

Unraveling Bias

In her new book Unraveling Bias: How Prejudice Has Shaped Children for Generations and Why It’s Time to Break the Cycle, Dr. Brown will uncover what scientists have learned about how children are impacted by biases because of their race and ethnicity, gender, gender identity, and sexual orientation, and explore how biased policies from the past and present (from segregating schools because of race to banning trans students from playing school sports) can be changed. 

By Dr. Christia Spears Brown

Parenting Beyond Pink and Blue

A guide that helps parents focus on their children’s unique strengths and inclinations rather than on gendered stereotypes to more effectively bring out the best in their individual children, for parents of infants to middle schoolers.

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UCLA Law School has launched a database to monitor anti-CRT measures at the local, state & federal levels w/ information on types of institutions targeted, what regulations entail, etc. About 94% of these measures target K-12 schools and higher education.

CRT Forward Tracking Project

Tracking anti-CRT efforts introduced at the local, state, and federal levels.


We are excited to announce the date of our pre-conference. We know you can’t wait, so save the date! This conference we are celebrating 50 years of Black Caucus excellence

Wednesday, March 22, 2023
Centering Joy: Celebrating 50 years of the Black Caucus

More info soon.

Who’s going to #APA2022?? Come see me present data on centering Latinx youths’ voices in challenging racism alongside my amazing colleagues ⭐️ ⭐️

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Mallory Nees@The_Mal_Gallery

Josh Hawley running away to a variety of soundtracks.

Pt. 1: Chariots of Fire #January6thCommitteeHearing

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