Civility, Diversity & Discomfort

Learning to be civil is one of the critical steps to getting what’s best out of diversity.


Because as Tami Winfrey Harris correctly states:

“Diversity done correctly is almost always uncomfortable–at least a little. Living or socializing or working around people who are different–racially, ethnically, politically, religiously, etc.–requires compromise, requires empathy, requires withholding judgement, requires being open to learning…The discomfort of diversity yields better people and better communities.”

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