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Tara McKenty: Diversity is effectively diversity of views and variance.

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You don’t automatically will need to have inherent
diversity.

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So what you are born with you can also deliver obtained diversity, which is everything that

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sort of alterations your point of view of the planet.

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Mike Warner: I have a thought of diversity that is really simplistic.

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When I was a child, I used to like to colour, and there would be a box of crayons that experienced

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But then, there was one that 16, and, oh boy, there was a 32.

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And don’t let me get to that 128.

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I was like, oh, I’m likely to be a master artist.

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Why would not you want the 128?

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It gives you much more chance to make a greater tapestry, a greater photo, a greater tale.

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Andrea Diquez: I think diversity: anyone goes to race occasionally, and it is not only

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race — it is girls with babies, it is solitary mothers, it is girls of colour.

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It’s guys, guys from other countries, other cultures.

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You just have to determine out how to make the ecosystem for most people to thrive, from

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anywhere they are from, or from whatsoever race they are from, or anywhere they are.

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If you make that ecosystem, it is very easy.

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Kimberlee Wells: Diversity for me, very basically, is about determining the variances.

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We are so speedy to decide, but we are only ever judging the include.

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And that has to improve.

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An government shot of five guys would get ridiculed by the market.

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But what if those five guys have wholly different tales?

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What if one male was truly a third-generation Afghan refugee.

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What if, in that photo, there is an additional male that has a mastering disability?

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But just mainly because he appears to be like like the male that is next to him, they are considered to all

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See the particular person, not the label, and acquire time to pay attention to the particular person and to get to know

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Tara McKenty: Basically what we do is we make imaginative do the job, items, and platforms

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for a cross segment of society, but we have a homogenous imaginative departments that are not

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reflective of our audiences.

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We should really effectively have imaginative departments that are reflective of the identical audiences

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that we are producing for.