Education, 1993

Excluding the views and preferences of the 99.9% to avoid being sued by the 0.01%.

It’s what your welcoming environment is. The notion of being “inclusive” arose in two different areas in a complimentary way as a result of affirmative action and the 1964 Civil Rights Act: as an effort to bring children with special needs into the classroom (e.g. Virginia Wilson, *”Teaching Social Studies”*, 1993), and as noted in the Academy of Management Learning & Education in 2008, a secondary wave in the late-1990s to the concept of “diversity”.