Monday, January 29, 2007

Jellybeans in the fight against racism!

Because Google reads my e-mail, it recommended this site to me, wherein one can buy "diversity jellybeans":
Because the flavor may not match the color of these jelly beans--they are a great catalyst to spark discussions on diversity and stereotyping! There are many activities that you can do with the beans (visit our lesson plan section). Many people like our individually packaged servings that include the following card: "This candy is just like people--you cannot determine what is on the inside by simply looking at the outside. Diversity jellybeans remind us to experience people one at a time and enjoy their unique qualities." While some simply put them on their desk as a reminder that we are all unique--many claim that after experiencing diversity jellybeans, they are reminded of them every time they eat another jelly bean! Great gift idea for Diversity Day celebration or meeting icebreaker!

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