Racial Inequities Within the Field of Applied Behavior Analysis: Ethical Issues and a Path Forward

Panel day/time: February 24, 2021 at 7pm EST

Cost: Free

Zoom registration link: https://msu.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_34rRutrATvCYqp4uyyrYAg
Note: When you sign up, you will immediately receive an e-mail that includes a link to a survey where you may pose a question to the panelists.

– Ariel Graham, BCBA
– Pierre Louis, BCBA
– Shawn Capell, BCBA

– Alexandria Thomas

CEU Instructor:
– Matt Brodhead, Ph.D., BCBA-D

CEUs: Eligible attendees will be able to receive one (1) free BACB Ethics Learning CEU. The CEU is offered by Michigan State University (OP-17-2746)

Abstract: The purpose of this panel discussion is to (1) hear of the experiences of people of color in the field of behavior analysis, (2) engage in a question and answer with professionals in the field of behavior analysis on topics of racial equality and justice, and (3) learn how to engage in ethical behavior in order to prevent racial inequality and promote cultural competency in the field of behavior analysis. The Behavior Analyst Certification Board’s Professional and Ethical Compliance Codes 1.05c, 1.05d, and 1.05e will be discussed.

Questions? Contact Dr. Matt Brodhead at mtb (/at/) msu (/dot/) edu