Let's advance, embracing diversity despite setbacks

As the pastor talked, I thought about something I’d heard earlier in the week. Dr. Juan Munoz, vice president of diversity and community engagement at Texas Tech, had spoken to the Association for Women in Communications about advancing our understanding and acceptance of others. He said people with good intentions will sometimes say things that offend others, even though they’ve worked hard to avoid just that. No matter how hard we try, none of us is perfect. There will be mistakes.

As the pastor talked, I thought about something I’d heard earlier in the week. Dr. Juan Munoz, vice president of diversity and community engagement at Texas Tech, had spoken to the Association for Women in Communications about advancing our understanding and acceptance of others. He said people with good intentions will sometimes say things that offend others, even though they’ve worked hard to avoid just that. No matter how hard we try, none of us is perfect. There will be mistakes.

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