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Inclusion Uncomplicated - A Transformative Guide To Simplify DEI - cover

Inclusion Uncomplicated - A Transformative Guide To Simplify DEI

Nika White

Publisher: ForbesBooks

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Summary

The goal of any practitioner of diversity, equity, and inclusion is to "leave no one behind." It's the driving force behind Dr. Nika White's work every day. It’s also the purpose behind this book, built out of Dr. Nika’s lived experience as a Black woman growing up in America, the mother of a neurodivergent child, and a fearless DEI educator who invites you on a transformational journey towards equity and liberation.  With clear vision, an open mind, and a commitment to following the steps offered in this book, we will unravel the knots of inequality together — one person, one workplace, one community at a time. Together, we can repair the threads of our shared humanity and weave a more sustainable future that works for all.
Available since: 01/31/2023.
Print length: 208 pages.

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