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There are times, where we can be the ‘only one’ or ‘one of a few’ in a room. Whether it is at work or school, being in the minority is not a pleasant feeling. Yet how much responsibility lies with us to ‘be the change you want to see’?

In many of these spaces we often experience diversity and inclusion work as an add on, rather than a priority. Many racialised people and communities have experienced taking on the extra load to champion diversity and inclusion initiatives.

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