Recent Examples of inclusion from the Web
Mindy Scheier is the founder and president of the Runway of Dreams Foundation, a nonprofit that works to broaden the reach of adaptive clothing and promote people with disabilities in fashion through inclusion, empowerment and opportunity.
Smith’s inclusion seems to be an error, a mix-up with the longtime Panthers/Ravens wide receiver of the same name.
White nationalist organizations regard colleges as spaces where millions of young Americans, without their intervention, will be inculcated with the ideas of valuing diversity, seeking and creating inclusion and equity, the investigators found.
Questions about diversity in the AI and machine-learning fields focus on inclusion and employment – but the issue has even more far-reaching consequences.
Finally—Spencer Kornhaber analyzes this year’s list, which spans gospel and synth-pop, as well as overdue inclusions and new shoo-ins.
Each year the locations, choreographers and dancers change, but the sense of inclusion and discovery remain.
Jaros, who was appointed in 2015 to the board by Downers Grove Mayor Martin Tully, reportedly made offensive comments regarding diversity, inclusion and homosexuality during an August library board meeting.
Americans have never ceased arguing over the merits of inclusion and diversity, but two recent events have reinvigorated those debates.
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