How To Support Invisible Needs

How to support invisible needs?

What is the difference between a visible dimension of diversity and an invisible one?

We all are made up of both visible and invisible dimensions, unique to who we are.

Visible dimensions may be your eye color, race, height, hair type.

Invisible dimensions of diversity emanate from our intersectionalities.

They can include race, ethnicity, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, religion, ability, socioeconomic status, veteran status, and national origin.

They can also include disabilities, some of which are invisible to others, and they’re equally important to acknowledge as the visible ones.

How do you support?

Related Insights

Bi-Visibility

IT’S BI-VISIBILITY DAY. HERE’S WHY WE SHOULD HONOR IT by Michelle Ostroff and Dylan Moore   Nearly 57% of people who identify as LGBTQIA+ are

Read More

How to Lead Through Chaos

Originally published in Fast Company. Your team members who responded to crises may now be ready for leadership. From divisive Supreme Court decisions and skyrocketing inflation

Read More