Fair Housing and Unconscious Bias
Due to a lifetime of cultural influences we often exhibit unconscious bias outside of our awareness which can be in direct contradiction to our espoused beliefs and values. Attorney and representative of the Seattle Office of Civil Rights, Michael Chin will explain unconscious or implicit bias and how it may be impacting our reactions and decision-making when working with tenants and prospective tenants. Learn valuable tips and techniques to create policies and practices that will promote equal opportunity housing in your rental operations.
RHAWA Members: Attend unlimitted seminars for 12 months with one of our class pass options. Learn more here.
This session is presented ONLINE ONLY. After class, all participants will receive a link to recorded session and downloadable materials for review.
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