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Inclusion Starts with ‘I’

LEARN

Watch the video below!

REFLECT

Were there any statements in this video that disrupted your thinking? Were there any biases identified that you’ve ever held unconsciously?

PRACTICE

  • Identify one way you could remove a barrier in your community for someone who may struggle to feel included.

3 thoughts on “Inclusion Starts with ‘I’

  1. Everyone has bias but I found the hardest part is how to remove a barrier for someone who may struggle to feel included. For now I continue to help a Syrian Refugee family so the kids can play socc4er and Mom can practice English. At work I am trying to promote hiring practices that encourage diversity

  2. I have had to take time in the past to deal with issues at my son’s schools or leave early for concerts or sporting events. I lead a team of five and one of my group is a man with a daughter….I actively encourage him to take time to attend her events and helped with a work around when she was having some stress and anxiety issues….parenting is NOT just mothering!

  3. I will make an effort to introduce myself to others instead of waiting for them to initiate the introduction. As an introvert, it’s more comfortable for others to start introductions. As a person of privilege, I can be more welcoming to others by introducing myself instead of leaving the responsibility with others who may find this challenging.

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