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Cultivating Belonging: Tackling Bias, Discrimination, and Harassment

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The office setting is a meeting place of people from diverse backgrounds, rich in culture and lived experiences. Employers and employees must find ways to continue to celebrate and uplift diverse voices while challenging xenophobia and unconscious bias head on. In this session, panelists from academia, AEC-affiliate industries, and architecture firms will discuss how to cultivate belonging in the workplace. Our panelists will pull from AIA’s most recent research study, “An Investigation into Bias in the Architecture Profession,” which reveals data on racial and gender-based bias in architecture.   

Learning Objectives


Describe tools for improving Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging in the workplace.


Understand the role that individual identity plays for employees and how to find ways to be more inclusive of all staff.


Define the systemic obstacles that exist in the workplace for BIPOC, women, and LGBTQIA+ employees.


Reference research on bias interrupters and data that can support the case for improving office culture and retaining diverse talent.