“Inclusion is a purposeful mindset of intentional welcome-ness. We have to get to the point where we aren’t seeking to ‘tolerate’ different backgrounds, experiences, and lifestyles, but rather happily acknowledge each of our differences. It is an ongoing process that may never be perfected. However, this does not mean we strive any less for such an environment, literal or otherwise, that seeks to provide another safe and comfortable space for all persons.”
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