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Perkins Eastman

Architecture that invites everyone to dance

If “diversity” is being invited to the party, “inclusivity” is being asked to dance. Creating an inclusive environment is about a mindset and an attitude, the intentional expanding of the circle not just to invite everyone in, but to ensure that their experience is meaningful.

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