What Inclusion Can Learn from Advertising and Literature

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In the same way that advertising seeks to transcend demographics and connect a brand to as many customers as possible, or how people are united by fear or trauma, inclusion efforts that leverage the strength of peoples’ similarities will realize … Continued

Encompassingness: The Essence of Universal Themes

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Actions have “consequences”… no,not in the negative sense. Rather, what we do has effects. When you or I act, it sends ripples, impact tremors like the T-Rex in Jurassic Park, into our lives. All our choices – the thoughts and … Continued

When You Don’t Pay Attention, It Doesn’t Just Hurt Me, or You… It Hurts Everything

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More and more, we are divided into communities of concern. And, more and more, these communities are pitted against one another. Each side can’t ignore the other side and live in its own world. This makes us less of a … Continued

Jared Kimball Helped Me Bat 1.000

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Recently, I started as Editor-In-Chief for the National Institute for Social Ethics. (I curate publications from online posts to the official Ethics Report.) I’ve been planning topics, finding guest writers and interviewees, and posting article after article (and, subsequently, looking … Continued

“Just being me was all I had to do.”

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Inside comedy is a Showtime series hosted by comedian David Steinberg wherein he interviews popular comedians to learn about how their respective life experiences influenced their careers, styles, etc. In Season 2, Steinberg talks with Jim Carrey and Keenan Ivory … Continued