One Voice. One Vote

icon_commonThe Dignity & Respect Campaign Presents a D&I Collaboration 2016

“Nobody will ever deprive the American people of the right to vote except the American people themselves—and the only way they could do this is by not voting” -Franklin D. Roosevelt

 

Beginning at the Forum on Workplace Inclusion on March 30, 2016, we will capture video clips to create a ‘ONE VOICE. ONE VOTE’ video. The video will launch a 2016 get out the vote campaign leading up to the 2016 presidential election.

Each participant will respond to the statement “I vote because…” in 1-2 sentences on video. The individual videos will be used on social media to encourage others to vote in 2016. We represent different parties, different organizations, and different perspectives. What we have in common is a commitment to get out the vote. We know collectively we have a stronger voice. ONE VOICE. ONE VOTE.

Tell Us, Your Friends, and Followers:

I Vote Because…

#IVoteBecause

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D&I Practitioners Travel from Selma to Montgomery

In acknowledgment of the 50th anniversary of the March from Selma to Montgomery, D&I practitioners reminded us to reflect on why we must continue to advocate for equality and the right to vote. #LeadTheWay #DICollaborative @Dignity_Respect

I Have A Dream

The Dignity & Respect Campaign presents a D&I Collaboration 2015

72 Diversity & Inclusion Practitioners, met in 4 cities, to have 1 voice.

We are people who continue to march in a different way.  We are chief diversity officers and diversity and inclusion practitioners working in companies and communities around the world.  Together, we dedicated to issues, of equity, fairness, and access.  We work with people of different communities to make our world a better place for all to live, work, learn, and play with all of our differences.  We know the power of diversity and inclusion; it is our shared mission.  This video highlights our voices.  We are always there making a difference.

D&I Practitioners Read the “I Have a Dream” Speech

We dedicate this video to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Congressman John Lewis, and a host of courageous men and women who changed the course of history. 2015 marked 50th anniversary of the historic march from Selma to Montgomery. #DICollaborative @Dignity_Respect