When we talk about equality, we just think it’s an elimination of discrimination but it’s the power of strength, empowerment, and unity.
When we say equal, it does not mean identical nor it does not mean no differences,
It means those differences should not delineate different levels of benefits, opportunities, and cost in our society. We stand for equality regardless of race, gender, religion, sex, national origin, ethnicity, sexual orientation, age, marital status, or disability. All lives matter, it’s time for a change and we are working for the change.
Project Equality brings to you people from diverse backgrounds who are working to bring this change and create a ripple effect.
We are still fighting, we are still unpacking EQUALITY.
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