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Autism and “being the other”

In a poignant article about his life as an “other,” Arturo Madrid talks about growing up in a small village in New Mexico, going on to graduate school at UCLA, and then teaching at Dartmouth College.  As a Mexican-American, he … Continue reading

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Five Lessons Dr. King Taught Me About Diversity

1. Diversity is not about exclusion; diversity is inclusive.  Diversity embraces all of us, insiders and outsiders alike.  By framing diversity in this manner, diversity issues cease to be about “us” versus “them.”  Rather, diversity is simply about us, all … Continue reading

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