Our Story Includr.org was born out of a global pandemic. Many of us are physically isolated. Others are experiencing health risks as essential workers. The disparity between us is all the more evident.

At a time of unprecedented barriers to human connection — physical, social, racial, economic — we saw an opportunity to establish a new way of doing things.

Diving into social inclusion research and working with experts, we’ve found the best practices for addressing these divides, creating more meaningful relationships, and cultivating more welcoming spaces in the process.

What We’re About

Invisible social forces shape our interactions.

We form opinions about what people look like, what they can contribute, and who we want to befriendoften completely unconsciously. These dynamics can define our relationships and our lives. But by addressing these dynamics with critical thinking, we change the game. Includr.org offers research-backed ways to understand these limiting power structures and shift how we interact with one another. We can learn how to practice deep inclusivity and find common ground with anyone in any domain where humans come together: online, at work, at school, in your community.

Includr.org focuses on:
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Encouraging new
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Increasing productivity, psychological safety, and well-being
Putting an end
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Bias Pervades Our Society
Bias Pervades
Our Society

While teachers apple_yellow say the ideal student is an extrovert, statistics show introverted students get better grades.

Doctors doctor are more likely to treat white patients than Black patients experiencing the same symptoms.

Obese people are less likely to be asked for an case yellow interview.

Attitudes towards female leaders flag are more negative than towards male leaders.

Findings suggest that for every inch ruler above average, a person may earn $789 more per year.

When blind auditions were held, female musicians music were 50% more likely to move onto the next round.

Includr.org seeks to acknowledge bias and explain how we can overcome it.