What does diversity mean? – Think with Google

:01 Tara McKenty: Range is in essence variety of views and change. :03 You never

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Tara McKenty: Range is in essence variety of views and change.

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You never essentially need to have to have inherent
variety.

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So what you are born with you can also carry obtained variety, which is anything at all that

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form of alterations your standpoint of the environment.

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Mike Warner: I have a thought of variety that is genuinely simplistic.

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When I was a child, I made use of to like to shade, 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 never permit me get to that 128.

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I was like, oh, I’m heading to be a grasp artist.

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Why wouldn’t you want the 128?

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It gives you extra prospect to make a higher tapestry, a higher image, a higher tale.

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Andrea Diquez: I feel variety: everybody goes to race at times, and it is not only

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race — it is females with toddlers, it is one moms, it is females of shade.

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It’s adult males, adult males from other nations, other cultures.

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You just have to determine out how to produce the natural environment for all people to prosper, from

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where ever they are from, or from what ever race they are from, or where ever they are.

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If you produce that natural environment, it is fairly easy.

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Kimberlee Wells: Range for me, fairly basically, is about pinpointing the variations.

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We are so brief to choose, but we are only at any time judging the address.

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And that has to improve.

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An government shot of five adult males would get ridiculed by the marketplace.

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But what if people five adult males have totally different stories?

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What if one man was really a 3rd-technology Afghan refugee.

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What if, in that image, there is a further man that has a understanding disability?

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But just due to the fact he seems to be like the man that is following to him, they are deemed to all

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See the man or woman, not the label, and acquire time to pay attention to the man or woman and to get to know

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Tara McKenty: Basically what we do is we produce creative perform, solutions, and platforms

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

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reflective of our audiences.

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We need to in essence have creative departments that are reflective of the similar audiences

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that we are creating for.