As a diversity practitioner, one of my primary goals is to raise consciousness of the value of diversity in our schools, workplaces, government and in our lives generally, but also consciousness of the things that we think and do that undermine our conscious value for diversity.

By and large, the legal profession has achieved consensus support for the value of diversity. The ABA, PBA and Philadelphia Bar all have diversity statements attesting to the value of diversity in the profession.

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