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Diversity & Inclusion

Diversity & Inclusion
 A drawing of happy, young people, some holding rainbow flags, against an orange background. On the right, The Trevor Project logo states 'Saving young LGBTQ lives.'

Diversity & Inclusion
 A group of 17 college-aged men and women pose for a photo in the Minnesota State Capitol building.

Diversity & Inclusion
Story Type Indicator - video. Waist-length side-by-side photos of Gerald Addy in gray suit, white shirt and burgundy tie; Karen Shane in black suit and blue blouse; Sheila Jacobs in green dress; and Kelly DeCourcy in blue blouse and jacket.
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Diversity & Inclusion
Story Type Indicator - viewpoints. A crowd clashes with police officers outside the Stonewall Inn on Christopher Street in New York’s Greenwich Village on June 28, 1969.
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 A photo of the seated Class of 1937 at George P. Phenix Training School in Hampton, Virginia. The girls are all wearing white, and the boys are wearing black pants and jackets.

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Story Type Indicator - También en español. A collage of images shows a man in front of a truck, a female doctor examining a child, a woman holding flowers, a man in a lab coat at a desk, two men in a factory, a woman holding a wine glass, people preparing food, and a man in a greenhouse.
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Diversity & Inclusion
Story Type Indicator - viewpoints. A family sits on a bench with their daughter who is in a wheelchair. A quote on the image reads, There has never been a more timely opportunity...to proactively address the financial access and economic opportunity needs of people with disabilities.
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Diversity & Inclusion
Story Type Indicator - video. An “I Was Here” Ancestor Spirit Portrait is paired with a historical marker that says: Slavery in Fayette Co. On the N.E. corner of the Fayette County Courthouse lawn stood the whipping post established in 1847 to punish slaves for such offenses as being on the streets after 7 p.m. Fayette Co. was one of the largest slaveholding counties in Kentucky. By 1860, one in four residents of the city of Lexington were slaves.
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Story Type Indicator - viewpoints. Hire Heroes USA CEO Christopher Plamp stands at the front of a conference room, speaking to a group of employers sitting at several tables.
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