Projects Of Discovery & Service

Inclusion & Diversity

Inclusion and Diversity

What is inclusion and why is it important? Inclusion is giving everyone with every characteristic a seat at the table. All people have a right to be respected and valuable, work, and receive access and a fair education. We should celebrate our differences.

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Diversity Kids

An Australian organization committed to preserving and maintaining cultural inclusion and gives adults ways to teach the importance of diversity

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Great resource for furthering education on how to relate subjects of racism, tolerance, LGBTQ issues to children


Disability Scoop

The nation’s largest news organization devoted to covering developmental disabilities. With daily coverage of autism, intellectual disability, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome and more, no other news source offers a more timely and comprehensive take on the issues that matter to the developmental disability community.

Raising Race Conscious Kids

“The primary purpose of Raising Race Conscious Children is to support parents and teachers who are trying to talk about race and diversity with young children. The goal of these conversations is to prepare young people to work toward racial justice.

Each post models conversations that are transparent, concrete, and non-judgmental. Additional issues will be addressed that often intersect with race including class, gender, sexuality, disability, religion, etc.”

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My Mamihood

Sili is a mom, writes a blog and “She is also a staff member at MomsRising, a grassroots organization advocating for moms and families. Sili is deeply committed to changing the world and works daily to inspire and empower women through storytelling and advocacy.” In her writing many things inspire her like “Many different things: family, grief, technology, books, activism and on and on and on.  You’ll get all of me, even the sometimes random rants and inner chatter.”