The restaurants listed for Down to Earth Week feature ethical eats and sustainable practices. Wonder why the selection has no ‘ethnic’ restaurants or venues that draw mixed crowds – I’ll leave it up to you to define mixed, and it’s not necessarily a Benetton ad. It’s the same old dilemma; hipster places where pro-integrationists gather, are very homogeneous and far from being diverse. While the more colourful spots, though popular, aren’t even on the radar.
I’m not a student but someone who believes in lifelong learning. Diversity and Inclusion (D & I) is definitely a bigger project, perhaps a lifetime project – that is why I encourage input from the community and I’m learning lots. I will only be out of a job when we are all assessed and valued for who we are, without paying any attention to weight, height, racial background, gender, physical ability, age, handedness, how we part our hair and so on. If I do my job right, I will work myself out of a job.
Thank you everyone for sharing.
Thanks Eric. I really look forward to the multilingual posts, no one yet.
The biggest problem with old-style retweets is people editing content in and out of them, producing a Chinese whispers trail of inaccuracy.
Source: Pete Ashton
It’s also World Anti-Racism Day. I am celebrating the mark of equal day and night, and the arrival of spring rather than the latter.
mantleofgold: looks great, all the best!
Thanks mantleofgold, and I appreciate the follow.