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Diversity Different individuals valuing each other regardless of skin, intellect, talents or years. -- Diversity Poster ~ The art of life is kindness, so live kindness ~ Gaye Crispin

Importance of Cultural Diversity: Cultural Bias in the Work Force

Importance of Cultural Diversity: Cultural Bias in the Work Force

CareerBuilder's 2011 Diversity in the Workplace Study surveyed more than diverse workers to get a better grasp of how their work experience has

Unity in Diversity, -- always assume that all people are of value, unless their behaviour proves otherwise. -- reminds me of the fable about the elephant and the mouse.

6 ) Diversity - Diversity: Different Individuals Valuing Each Other Regardless Of Skin Colour, Intellect, Talent Or Years (Age)

Resources to Help Kids Embrace Diversity | Alldonemonkey.com

Resources to Help Kids Embrace Diversity

Resources to help kids embrace diversity and choose love and acceptance over judgment. Includes picture books and a resource pack for parents and teachers.

10 {Fun!} Ways to Help Kids Appreciate Diversity - games, activities, music, and more

10 {Fun!} Ways to Help Kids Appreciate Diversity

And no matter what shape, size, gender, station in life we are, We Are All Beautiful!♥♥

god loves his children all the children of the world !they are yellow, black and white they prescious in his sight god loves the children of the world ! amen that's the Christian way and Gods way :)

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Pin This Audre Lorde quote represents the importance of respect and acceptance for diversity, which is imperative in an early childhood classroom where there is such a range of cultures.

Diversity. Can't we all just get along?

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I love this! Even as a child, I thought it was just wrong to have only one color called 'flesh'

A powerful statement to address one of my pet peeves. kids looking for the 'peach' crayon and asking, "where's the skin color crayon?" I always reply with a small handful of various shades. Would be nice if everyone's crayon box was like this.

"Strength lies in differences, not in similarities" - Steven R. Covey

"Strength lies in differences, not in similarities" . All Toronto Public Library staff are attending Diversity Training so this seems timely and true as well.