You have a disability – you can’t do science!” We have all heard this sentiment – and, some of us (educators, parents, employers), if we are really honest with ourselves, have either thought it or outright said it. Attitudes are the most challenging barrier to remove when working toward accessibility in the sciences; at the root of many of our attitudes are unconscious biases. These may take the form of personal or professional bias; bias about how we teach science, how we learn science, or how we do science. This session will take us the participants on a tour of unconscious biases: Where they come from, how to recognize them, how to manage their consequences, and how to counter them, both in others, and in ourselves. We will use two case studies to illustrate the power and danger of unconscious biases, and how to work through them in educators and peers.