Exclusion is an invisible disease

By Ronna Timpa | TEDxFremontEastWomen

This is worth watching, and really listening to. Exclusion is invisible, and especially so by those who have learned the rhetoric of inclusion, and even by those who currently appear they are being included, and yes, even if it is not (yet) obvious to them it is probably conditional inclusion.

What’s the most invisible part of exclusion, is that it is invisible…

Like conditional love, conditional inclusion hurts. It ultimately hurts everyone.

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