Inclusion > Diversity
Clay Rivers

Inclusivity almost necessitates thoughtful action; whereas diversity can more easily and passively be perceived to exist (even though it may be an illusion). Also, its vague. Diversity of what? Traditional beliefs? Inclusivity, on the other hand, characterizes an approach of openness toward any and all persons, groups or inequities. Diversity is implicit in inclusivity (but not vice versa), but it still remains less important than the important welcoming and engaging dynamic that inclusivity stands upon.