EDUCATION IS THE MOST POWERFUL WEAPON WHICH YOU CAN USE TO CHANGE THE WORLD.
Let's be the difference because no matter how we define it, difference is a positive thing. It makes us who we are and makes the world more interesting. We need to drive change and support our loved ones in striving for a more inclusive and fair world that values difference, builds equality, practices empathy, and outs all forms of oppression.
We have curated content that shines a light on diversity, inclusion, and equity for you to use with your family to help open their minds, reflect on their own situations, and better understand others.
MOVIES, SHOWS, & MUSIC
Finding Nemo (5+)
Monsters University (5+)
Big Hero 6 (7+)
My Neighbor Totoro (5+)
Dancing in the Light: The Janet Collins Story (5+)
Akeelah and the Bee (8+)
Remember the Titans (10+)
A Wrinkle in Time (10+)
Queen Katwe (10+)
Cool Runnings (8+)
A Ballerina’s Tale ( 9+)
Motown Magic (Series)
Doc McStuffins (Series)
Mira, Royal Detective (Series)
Dora the Explorer (Series)
Go, Diego, Go (Series)
Ni Hao, Kai-Lan (Series)
Caring Chain to Stop Bullying
White Socks Only (7+)
ARTS & CULTURE
WE WANT A CULTURE THAT IS INCLUSIVE OF EVERYONE AND WHERE EVERYONE WHO JOINS FEELS THEY HAVE OPPORTUNITIES TO SUCCEED AND GROW.
THE MOST POWERFUL THING WE HAVE, OUR WORDS.
Help your loved one understand the power of these words and their meanings.
Privilege – A right, freedom, or special benefit given to some people and not to others.
Equality - When people are treated the same, regardless of what they look like or where they come from.
Inclusion – Being a part of what everyone else is, being welcomed and embraced as a member who belongs.
Diversity – means differences; people may be different in many ways, including race or ethnicity, age, disabilities, language, culture, appearance, or religion.
Bullying – Abuse and mistreatment by someone who holds more power or strength.
Teasing – To annoy or make fun of someone.
Discrimination – Unfairly treating a person or group of people who are different from another person or group of people.
Stereotype – An idea a person may have about another person or group that is often untrue.
Tolerance – Is when you accept others who are different in their race, culture, habits, and even beliefs.
Friend – Someone who has a strong liking for another person.
Kindness – An act of gentleness and thoughtfulness toward another person.