Yet, sometimes they do really good things. Like Target. Target already got it right once by removing the gender labels from their toys aisles, and now they've done it again! I know Halloween feels like eons ago, but it's worth noting that their Halloween flyer included a girl with a disability modelling the Elsa costume.
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Now every child with a disability who saw that flyer feels immediately like they belong just a little more. See how easy that was?
Sure, like I said yesterday, creating real diversity in an organization is a lot of hard work. But sometimes the hardest part is getting over our mental barriers that tell us silly things like that every child in a catalogue must be able-bodied.