As a human relations organization dedicated to overcoming hatred, bias, and exclusionary practices, we build inclusive communities through experiential learning, intentional dialogue, fostering relationships, and the cultivation of tomorrow's leaders. We strive to support our community through engagement, respect, concern, empathy, and understanding.
A Möbius strip is a unique object that has only one side and one edge. To us, the Möbius represents inclusion by allowing an individual to preserve their personal identity while being part of a larger whole — the community. Like the Möbius, we often appear to be vastly different in our opinions or traditions, or on two opposite “sides.” In the end however, we share our common humanity,and find we can work together to build respectful and safe communities, thus remaining on the same side. Inclusion is acknowledging and honoring our individuality, while moving towards unity.
Nationally 1927: Jane Addams, Charles Evan Hughes, and Theodore Roosevelt
Regionally 1967: John W. Gallivan, Arch L. Madsen, and Joseph Rosenblatt
Board of Directors
Carla Cantor, Chair
Armando D. Gonzalez
Emily Rusk Goss
Joan W. Smith