by Erin Zipper, Julianne Hing
Tuesday, May 13 2014, 7:00 AM EST
Editor’s note: Our series “Life Cycles of Inequity” explores the ways in which inequity impacts the lives of black men. Each month, we focus on a life stage or event in which that impact has been shown to be particularly profound.
This infographic is part of a package focused on implicit bias in schools. Read Julianne Hing’s profile of a novel program in Oakland that seeks to disentagle the threads of race, disability and discipline. And watch our series’ introductory video, in which eight young black men describe their own experiences with implicit bias in the classroom.