VALPARAISO | Of all Martin Luther King Jr.'s talents, his ability to build bridges between people was perhaps the biggest reason for the success of the civil rights movement, Valparaiso Mayor Jon Costas said Monday.
GARY | Leaders at Urban League of Northwest Indiana say they know there are businesses and organizations in the region embracing diversity and inclusion and they want others to know about it, too.
All students can learn and should be provided with the opportunity to learn. Tri-Creek School Corp. provides learning opportunities to all students regardless of their ability.
The National Inclusion Project is partnering with the Hobart Family YMCA to implement a program that will allow children with developmental disabilities to enjoy a successful summer camp experience in an inclusive setting.
VALPARAISO | With the city's minority population growing rapidly, community and business leaders learned Wednesday that embracing and encouraging diversity is not just a good thing to do, it's also good for business.
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