Hard-Mired: The Immutable Forces of Inclusion

Just as there are immutable laws of nature, there are immutable forces at play with inclusion. An immutable force is fixed and cannot be changed. There are things about inclusivity that are totally inorganic and our resistance to these things can be so deeply engrained that it would seem we are mired in it and forever destined to act against inclusion. This is particularly true when the gap between the perceived differences is too wide or the numbers become too large.

I recall being in a conversation with some British friends a few years ago. We were discussing cricket, where England was ...

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