Wendy Rundle
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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.

"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, Nate Williams Illustration and Hand Lettering

Human rights perspectves respects diversity and does not just "tolerate" it. There are so many beautiful differences that humanity would grow within our collective consciousness if only we could embrace them.

Human rights perspectives respects diversity and does not just "tolerate" it. There are so many beautiful differences that humanity would grow within our collective consciousness if only we could embrace them.

[I'm not all about Buzzfeed and I hate the connotation of feminism as one that conjures up images of crazed, bra-burning women, but isn't the connotation that society has created for the word all the more reason to be a feminist? Women voicing their opinions and using their God-given gifts to achieve equality should not be considered extremists. Instead they should be seen as nothing less than soldiers, daughters, and martyrs. -Agnes]

Malala Yousafzai Quote “We cannot all succeed when half of us are held back.” Art by Berthe Morisot.

Real Women have BODIES. A certain size or shape does not make you superior. THERE IS NO WRONG WAY TO HAVE A BODY.

Real Women have BODIES. A certain size or shape does not make you superior. THERE IS NO WRONG WAY TO HAVE A BODY (so tired of this whole "real women have curves" "real women look like this" "real women do that") Can't we celebrate our diversity?

We Need to Teach Our Daughters to Distinguish Beween...

i would definitely want to teach these things to my daughter in the future.and i want to teach my son to be this kind of man.

This Is How We Talk About Female Leaders (Hint: It's Not Pretty)

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton addresses the American Jewish Committee Global Forum 2014 May 2014 in Washington, D.

This Is How We Talk About Female Leaders (Hint: It's Not Pretty)

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton addresses the American Jewish Committee Global Forum 2014 May 2014 in Washington, D.

"I have no agenda whatsoever. I mean, I believe in being progressive. I would love there to be more roles for women, and that being said, minorities. And a wider range of storytelling in that regard. I don't think that's a radical thing to say, or radical to have..." ~ Ellen Page - Click on this image to find an extended preview of the documentaty Miss Representation, which draws attention to the very problematic ways women and girls are represented in contemporary media.

Ellen Page. Miss Representation, draws attention to the very problematic ways women and girls are represented in contemporary media.

votes for women

Dorothy Newell, an outgoing young woman with a sense of humor, promotes women's enfranchisement by wearing the words "Votes for Women" emblazoned on her