The Geometry of Inclusion

I always disliked algebra, and yet, for some inexplicable reason, I enjoy geometry. I could never find any useful way to explain that until now. When contemplating the inclusion journey, I realized that to more fully understand how to solve the inclusion challenge, we must understand the many angles of the diversity story.

When I think of the dynamics of diversity and inclusion, I think of the intersections and twists and turns involved in solving the Rubik Cube. I call this phenomenon the “geometry of inclusion” because it requires that we surface perspectives that barely make it onto our peripheral vision. Envision a Rubik Cube, and the vertical and horizontal lines defining the totality of the square. Additionally, ...

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