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Be Inspired

“The differences between us
is the power that unites us”

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Fight bias,
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Start conversations with children of all races about racism

Raise a no racist generation

EmbraceRace produces digital materials and shares videos of first-person stories about race to help raise a generation of children who are thoughtful, informed, and brave about race.

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Education

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Educate and inspire through arts

Use the power of art and education to celebrate diversity and inclusion

Every year, Embracing our Differences organize a large-scale exhibition of juried art projects submitted by schools from all around the world, to create awareness and promote diversity.

They proposes educational resources and guidance to promote discussions around upstander values and anti-racism.

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Music & art

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Connect blind and low-vision people

Bring sight to blind and low-vision people

When you are blind or with a low vision, you sometimes need to rely on someone else's eyes to solve everyday tasks.

Thanks to the app, blind or low-vision individuals can connect with sighted volunteers who assist them through live video calls. Be My Eyes also became the largest micro-volunteering platform in the world.


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AI/Data

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Make doll looks like the child who receive it

Unique differencess make us beautiful

“A Doll Like Me was born out of the idea that our unique differences make us beautiful.”

Amy Jandrisevits creates dolls with unique characteristics, dolls that make all children feel included.

A Doll Like Me is changing the narrative on how we see each other and promotes an inclusive world in every respect.

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Music & art

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Celebrate Human Rights Day

All human, all equal

Every year on 10 December, the world celebrates Human Rights Day, the very day when, in 1948, the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

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Peace making

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Make children pround of their differences

My difference is my power

Embracing diversity starts early!

Meet Hashley, a young French-Haitian girl, born in Paris, who learns how to love her own differences and those of others, and who became self-confidence! Representations matter.

In books, on TV, in a store: diversity shouldn’t be an exception, it should be the norm.

 

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Education

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Change the narrative about race in the US

To overcome racial inequality, we must confront our history

As a lawyer, Bryan Stevenson founded the Equal Justice Initiative to end mass incarceration and excessive punishment in the United States, to challenge racial and economic injustice, to expose racial bias in the criminal justice system.

 

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Peace making

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Empower girls & women

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Empower girls of color to embrace computer science

The future looks like me

Black Girls CODE builds pathways for young women of color to embrace the tech marketplace as builders and creators by introducing them to skills in computer programming and technology.

 

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AI/Data

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Become a Global Citizen

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Work in solidarity across lines of difference to create more just and inclusive societies

Develop courageous leaders

With a unique meaningful human experience of dialogue and mutual understanding, Seeds of Peace Camp turns diversity and differences that often divide us into a strength that unites us

Seeds for Peace proposes resources and trained educators to foster peace building effort in schools.

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