The dialogue around diversity, equity and inclusion has become more prevalent in our society over the past few years. Have you ever wondered what exactly these words mean?
Because languages are continuously evolving and because words have different meanings for different people, depending on the context and the lived experiences of those who interpreted them, it is important to understand the key elements that make up Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.
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