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“We may have different religions, different languages, different colored skin, but we all belong to one human race.” Kofi Annan

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.

Chantelle Winnie - skin condition called vitiligo - “Diversity is the future of fashion”

Chantelle Winnie: a model in demand – in pictures

PHOTOS - Chantelle Winnie A Model with Vitiligo Poses in All White for The Guardian Editorial

If only this was a universal thought...*le sigh*  diversity // maya angelou #followprettypearlsinc

yesterday the world lost an amazing lady - poet, activist and influencer of love and strength, maya angelou. i& always been inspired by not only her words, bu

.they say opposites attract for a reason....never settle for someone that you have too much in common with, that you see all the time simply because you're sick of being alone or sick of looking for your perfect match...they are out there and if you settle before you meet them, then you will be stuck with a serious dilemma

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

Diversity: Every person that you encounter is unique to our world.  This is true in our classrooms.  Each child comes form a different family, in a different background, and have different beliefs.  All of that is okay! Everyone is allowed to be different and should be accepted for being their self.

10 Words of Wisdom From the Late Maya Angelou

We all should know that diversity makes for a rich tapestry and we must understand that all the threads of the tapestry are equal in value no matter what their color. - Maya Angelou Quote by Nate Williams Illustration and Hand Lettering

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