#BiasCorrect

#BiasCorrect

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Make the invisible visible

This International Women’s Day, make the invisible barriers women face visible in your virtual office. Choose one of the virtual backgrounds below to spark important conversations on how we can all actively work to #BiasCorrect the workplace.

Choose your language to download backgrounds:

Real Stories,
Real Barriers

Our research proves that invisible barriers are holding women back, particularly women of color. Use our Catalyst Video Filter to tell a story about a barrier you’ve experienced in the workplace to help us visualize the issues and inspire people to #BiasCorrect.

Catalyst Video Filter

Share Your Invisible Barrier Story

  1. Use the Catalyst Video Filter; tell us about a barrier you’ve faced
    Please do not name or shame anyone
  2. Download your video
  3. Post it across your social channels to inspire more people to make the invisible visible
    If you post this to a social media account, it may be viewable by the public, depending on your privacy settings.
  4. Use #BiasCorrect

Tell Your Invisible Barrier Story

#BiasCorrect QR Code

Scan to Share Your Story.

  1. Use the Catalyst Video Filter to record your invisible barrier story.
    Please do not name or shame anyone.
  2. Download your video.
  3. Post it across your social channels with #BiasCorrect.
    If you post this to a social media account, it may be viewable by the public, depending on your privacy settings.

Discover More Equality Tools

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#BiasCorrect Plug-in

Like spell-check but for gender bias, this tool helps users spot their unconscious biases in everyday conversations and empowers them to actively work against them.

Download it to become a Catalyst for change.

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Spread Awareness

Unconscious gender bias results in women being labeled negatively for exhibiting the same behaviors that men do without judgment. Help people see these negative labels for what they really are—invisible barriers standing in the way of gender equity.

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Women

Upload a photo of yourself and choose a word that has been used to describe you in the workplace due to unconscious bias, then share it across your social channels.

Create Your Own
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Men

Help us draw attention to the biases holding back women. Upload a photo of yourself and choose a word that has been used to describe you in the workplace; then share the image across your social channels to help amplify this important issue.

Create Your Own

Special thanks to our Advancing Women donors Bank of America and
The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America for their generous financial support.

Many thanks to our partner agency Burns Group.