Videos and Presentations

Videos


Oakland tries to address how deeply rooted biases affect law enforcement
December 16, 2014
In some communities, the long-tense relationships between law enforcement and minorities are suddenly very public and very hard to ignore. Special correspondent Jackie Judd reports from Oakland on efforts to improve relations, using research from Stanford University on the deep and often hidden biases on race and inequality. Jennifer Eberhardt is interviewed in this story.


Stand Your Ground Laws
August 9, 2013
Panelists spoke about the effect of "stand your ground" laws on race relations and public safety around the country. Topics included the utility of Stand Your Ground laws from legal and policy perspectives, the impact of the laws on public safety; The impact of "stand your ground" laws on traditionally marginalized communities, and the impact of on the criminal justice system.

This was the western regional public hearing of the American Bar Association's National Task Force on Stand Your Ground Laws, held in conjunction with the ABA Annual Meeting at the Westin San Francisco Market Street hotel.
Watch the full panel on C-SPAN


Social Psychologist Jennifer L. Eberhardt, 2014 MacArthur Fellow
September 17, 2014
Social Psychologist Jennifer L. Eberhardt is investigating the subtle, complex, largely unconscious yet deeply ingrained ways that individuals racially code and categorize people and the far-reaching consequences of stereotypic associations between race and crime. The MacArthur Fellowship is a $625,000, no-strings-attached grant for individuals who have shown exceptional creativity in their work and the promise to do more.


Stand Your Ground Laws
August 9, 2013
Panelists spoke about the effect of "stand your ground" laws on race relations and public safety around the country. Topics included the utility of Stand Your Ground laws from legal and policy perspectives, the impact of the laws on public safety; The impact of "stand your ground" laws on traditionally marginalized communities, and the impact of on the criminal justice system.

This was the western regional public hearing of the American Bar Association's National Task Force on Stand Your Ground Laws, held in conjunction with the ABA Annual Meeting at the Westin San Francisco Market Street hotel.
Watch the full panel on C-SPAN


Racial Residue: How Race Alters Perception of People, Places, and Things
February 18, 2011
Stanford University psychologist Jennifer Eberhardt presents her research on how race influences our perception of objects and physical spaces, how objects and physical spaces influence how we think about race and how race changes how we see people.
Watch the full presentation with speaker footage and slides
Cornell University.


Jennifer Eberhardt- Policing Racial Bias- Part 1
March 10, 2007
Jennifer Eberhardt's Presentation for the 2007 Program on Law and Mind Sciences (PLMS) Conference
The Project on Law and Mind Sciences at Harvard Law School.


Jennifer Eberhardt- Policing Racial Bias- Part 2
March 10, 2007
Jennifer Eberhardt's Presentation for the 2007 Program on Law and Mind Sciences (PLMS) Conference
The Project on Law and Mind Sciences at Harvard Law School.


Jennifer Eberhardt- Policing Racial Bias- Part 3
March 10, 2007
Jennifer Eberhardt's Presentation for the 2007 Program on Law and Mind Sciences (PLMS) Conference
The Project on Law and Mind Sciences at Harvard Law School.


Jennifer Eberhardt- Policing Racial Bias- Part 4
March 10, 2007
Jennifer Eberhardt's Presentation for the 2007 Program on Law and Mind Sciences (PLMS) Conference
The Project on Law and Mind Sciences at Harvard Law School

Recent Presentations

Eberhardt, J. L. (2014). Race, crime, and inequality. Joint Degree Program in Social Policy- Princeton University. Princeton, NJ. November.

Eberhardt, J. L. (2014). Workshop on implicit bias and cultural competency. Shaking the Foundations Conference – Stanford Law School. Stanford, CA. October.

Eberhardt, J. L. (2014). Racial bias and criminal justice: A social psychological perspective. John Jay College of Criminal Justice. New York, NY. October.

Eberhardt, J. L. (2014). Implicit bias in prosecution and law enforcement. U.S. Department of Justice – Racial Disparities Working Group. Washington, DC. September.

Eberhardt, J. L., Jones, J., & Camp, N. (2014). Standing your ground: What social psychological research reveals. American Psychological Association Stand Your Ground Panel – Annual Convention. Washington, DC. August.

Eberhardt, J. L. (2014). Panel on defining success. Renewing communities: Improving educational access in California's correctional facilities and beyond. Ford Foundation Conference. Los Angeles, CA. May.

Eberhardt, J. L. (2014). Combatting implicit bias to reduce disparities in the juvenile justice system. American Bar Association – Equal Justice Conference Panel. Portland, OR. May.

Eberhardt, J. L. (2014). Race, crime, and inequality: A social psychological perspective. The Center for the Study of Law and Society. University of California, Berkeley. Berkeley, CA. April.

Eberhardt, J. L. (2014). Race, perception, and policy. Conquering the Root Causes of Prejudice. The 2014 Baha'i Chair for the World Peace Spring Symposium. University of Maryland. College Park, MD. April.

Eberhardt, J. L. (2014). The dehumanization of Blacks: An old battle in a new era. American Association for the Advancement of Science. Chicago, IL. February.