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On March 4, people around the world will take action for inclusion. How will you? All the resources you need to lead your event are here!
Make your commitment today to build a more inclusive world, starting in your school or community
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We believe that inclusion is not only the issue of our time, it is today’s most needed skill.
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01.13.20
I pledge to spread inclusion by providing a bully-free environment for all student. No matter what color their skin is, What’s their gender, whether he or she has disability or not. I will spread love and consciousness around the school, trying to influence as much people as I can:) I do not tolerate any form of misconduct that relate to violence, no matter is physically or mentally!!!
Penny Yan | Beijing, China
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01.11.20
i will take the pledge to be responsible and kind to other people near by me and i pledge to be kind and respectful to all my elders and my younger brothers and also to my very own country INDIA being respectful to everyone . IF we will be kind to our brothers /sisters then they will also respect me...... Rudraksh Gupta from pathways world school Aravali
Rudraksh Gupta | Lucknow, India
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01.12.20
I pledge to try to make the world better by helping people around me and try to make my friends feeling better. I pledge to make LOVE all around the world and spread kindness to everyone I see. I believe the world could be better and everyone could have a positive smile on their face, and face challenge with determination.
Barbie Liu | Beijing, China
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01.09.20
I pledge to spread inclusion by excluding all stereotypes made. I will not discriminate and will show compassion and empathy for others. I will be a leader and help advocate for inclusion and push for what is right.
Jesica Serfass | SALEM, New Jersey
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12.30.19
I pledge to commit to the acceptance and respect of others in my personal and professional life by celebrating differences and promoting awareness of the strengths of people of all abilities. I will embrace continued education, introspection and engagement to develop the core competencies to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion in my work and home community.
Melonie Welsh | Omaha, Nebraska
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INCLUSION AROUND THE WORLD
From kids to communities, see inspirational examples of how inclusion is taking root, and leading to real change, both at home and around the world.
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When I was in first grade, Loretta Claiborne came to visit my class. She showed us her gold medals from Special Olympics victories in long-distance running.
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I have been a Special Olympics athlete since 2012. Besides being an athlete, I am also a Special Olympics US Youth Ambassador and a Montana Special Olympics State Youth Activation Committee member.
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I have always been very protective and concerned about my younger sister, Sagarika, who was born with an intellectual disability. I feel extremely blessed to have a sister like her. She is a gift to our family.
Spread the word for inclusion in your community, school, or workplace all year round. All the resources you need are here - start planning your event today!