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January 25, 2021 5 min

In this intro to Diversity Be Like, host Sequoia Houston gives listeners an idea of what to expect from the podcast when it launches on February 4, 2021. 

Episode Highlights: 

  • Sequoia briefly introduces herself and the podcast. 
  • In 2017, she started mochastock.com due to a lack of stock photos featuring Black people. 
  • She hopes that people will understand different ways they can foster diversity, equity, and inclusion from listening to the podcast.
  • Not every guest’s views will align with her own. 
  • Her goal is to share her guests’ views without judgment. 

  • Tweetable Quotes: 

  • “Inclusion is far more than just throwing a person of color at it.” - Sequoia Houston

  • Resources Mentioned: 

  • Sequoia Houston | Twitter | Instagram
  • Mocha Stock
  • diversitybelike.com

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