It is important to unlearn as much as it is important to learn to be truly inclusive.
Article by : Dr Saundarya Rajesh (Social Entrepreneur, Founder-President, AVTAR Group)
Often during childhood, parents or adults at home with their well-meaning intentions set biases in childrens’ minds. They could be as simple as adhering to be non-communicative with a particular community, religion or a sect. These conditioning statements or “biases” get set in our minds as if they were carved on stone and become guidelines by which we lead our lives.