Intersectionality and Inclusion: Pathways to visibility

19th November 2020 @ 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm
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How do you build inclusion from the ground up?
People with albinism face discrimination across the globe but are often left out of activist efforts around diversity and inclusion.

In this episode, we speak to representatives of Sesame Street Workshop, who have been championing diversity for years. With a breadth of expertise in the art of embracing diversity, this insightful look into the world of Sesame Street gives us new ways of approaching our goals. Supermodel and activist Diandra Forrest also joins the conversation. Together they worked on the Colorfull campaign with Stephan Bognar, Executive Director of New York Dermatology Group. The campaign was conceived by NYDG and sponsored by the United Nations which highlights the prejudice that albinism attracts.

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Nick Greenhalgh, co-founder and CEO of Luca

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How do you build inclusion from the ground up? People with albinism face discrimination across the globe but are often left out of activist efforts around diversity and inclusion. Learn more

Joe Brown, co-founder of URSOR

Joe Brown, co-founder of URSOR

How do you build inclusion from the ground up? People with albinism face discrimination across the globe but are often left out of activist efforts around diversity and inclusion. Learn more

Nick Henry, founder of Nick Henry Consulting Ltd

Nick Henry, founder of Nick Henry Consulting Ltd

How do you build inclusion from the ground up? People with albinism face discrimination across the globe but are often left out of activist efforts around diversity and inclusion. Learn more

Asha Vettoor, Founder of SwaraVOW

Asha Vettoor, Founder of SwaraVOW

How do you build inclusion from the ground up? People with albinism face discrimination across the globe but are often left out of activist efforts around diversity and inclusion. Learn more

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