Changing your lens, changes what you see.
True inclusion involves diversifying your perspectives, not just your people.
If I looked at a drop of water through a microscope and magnified it by 100, I would see something completely different to what I see in my hand. But I would still be looking at a drop of water.
Our lens determines what we see, not just what we're looking at.
Rev. René August, Freedom Road
WHY CHANGING LENSES
I believe there's hope for everyone to have a better life. Together, we can change the world to be more inclusive and compassionate, and our lives to be more dignified and sustainable.
Do you also feel that the world can be better than it is right now?
I'm Rosie Yeung, and I dream of a better life for all people, especially those who are vulnerable, marginalized, and excluded.
For me, that means exploring how to make the world more inclusive and equitable - especially in the areas of race, gender, and wealth.
I believe that true inclusivity requires diversifying our perspectives. So I'm Changing my Lens to see the world differently, meet new people, and share ideas for change.
If you also believe in a better world, I invite you to join me in Changing Lenses. Because changing your lens, changes what you see. And seeing differently, lets us live differently.