Inclusion is not a program or a classroom or a place. Inclusion isn't social action or something nice we do for other people. Inclusion is an attitude; it's the way we treat people and it reflects the way each of us wants to be treated. Inclusion is belonging.
When will we realize that each one of us has abilities and challenges?
When will we realize that when we don't lead by example, meaningful change never really happens?
When will we recognize that saying we believe in inclusion and meaning it are two different things?
When will we understand that even when we believe in inclusion, we must live it to make it truly happen?
When will we move past feeling inspired to taking action?
When will we learn to practice what we preach?
When will we get to the place where inclusion is just what we do?