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As the 25th anniversary of the Rwandan Genocide approaches, it is important to reflect on the many consequences and legacies of the Genocide, one of which was children born of rape.
Given the pervasiveness of exclusionary language, Eden argues that advocating against the use of exclusionary language is not to advocate for censorship, but rather to advocate for the active choice of using inclusive language.
Worldwide, people with albinism are ostracized and often have limited social and medical support. By creating dialogue and raising awareness on albinism, we can change the mainstream narrative that dehumanizes people with this condition.
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Through ongoing effort, events and dialogue, this network continues its commitment to further understanding of social isolation, to gain insight, and to confirm actions required to support and achieve social connectedness as a key to individual and community well-being.