Diversity is a challenge in our small, rural town.

A Peacemaking Project by Addy B.

What is the injustice we are solving?

We know people who stereotype and people who are affected by stereotyping. We feel it is our moral responsibility to understand people of different cultures. We believe understanding leads us to realizing we are not so different after all.


Armine G.
17 January 2018 13:56
A great project! I think this problem is actuel in different cultures and needs to be solved possibly faster.
Diya C.
11 September 2018 13:38
Wow! This project sounds really interesting. Would love to know more.
Andrea C. Peace First Staff
24 September 2018 11:39
Hi Addy!

Thanks for posting this project! Empowering diversity is really important.

As you’re working through the questions in the Understand phase of your project, please don’t hesitate to ask any questions that come up! And you can check out the Peacemaking Tools for a full set of resources: https://www.peacefirst.org/peacemaking-tools.

Here are a few awesome projects on our platform that focus on bullying. I encourage you to check them out and comment on the ones that resonate for you--start a conversation and share ideas!


If you’d like to have a mentor to support your project, fill out the mentor request form here: https://www.peacefirst.org/form/request-a-mentor If you’d like to know more about the mentor program, just ask!

I hope that these resources are useful! This work is so important--Thank you for what you're doing! Let me know if you have any questions or need support in thinking about your next steps. :) I'm excited to support you however possible, and to watch this project grow!

Jeremiah A.
26 September 2018 16:49
How can we help?
Ashley L.
4 January 2019 21:32
Hi Addy - completely agree that it's extremely important to promote cross-cultural understanding and collaboration, and not all students have access to these cultural exchange opportunities. This is why I've started a nonprofit called Project Exchange (https://www.myprojectexchange.com/) which addresses this problem through a Digital Exchange Program. Please check it out, and I hope it's helpful!