Travel Promotes Inclusion

As a child, my family prioritized diversity in many ways. My family attended church in a diverse city nearby so that I could access multiple perspectives and backgrounds, learning from those around me. When my grandmother told my mom she wanted me to go to private school, my mom reminded her of the immense benefits…

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Traveling Abroad With a Disability

This week, we will be featuring an extraordinary young woman named Wendy Lu on KIT’s Inclusion Potluck. We are thrilled to share Wendy’s story with all of you. Wendy, who uses a tracheostomy tube due to vocal cord paralysis, spent her┬ásummer in China. She had an incredible experience that she was kind enough to share…

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Wilderness Inquiry– An Inclusive Travel Experience

Where does an Inclusionista go when she needs a vacation? For me, the answer was an adventure trip with a non-profit that specializes in travel for people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities. This February, my husband and I traveled with Wilderness Inquiry to Belize and Guatemala on a trip that not only expanded my…

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