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5 Apps that Support DEI
DiversityCan
Available in print, digital and as an app, DiversityCan is a quarterly magazine that helps readers better understand the business case for diversity. With discussions centered around the growth and development of Aboriginal and visible minority businesses in Canada, this mag is a wealth of knowledge all within one publication.
Liberate
Through daily meditation practices and talks, Liberate supports mental health and empowers the Black Community. With curated content from 40+ BIPOC teachers, the app helps people heal by offering resources for common cultural experiences, like internalized racism and micro-aggressions.
Whose Land
Using geographic information system (GIS) technology, this web-based app assists users in identifying Indigenous Nations, territories and communities across Canada. You can learn what territory your home or business is situated on, find information for a land acknowledgement or learn about treaties and agreements signed across Canada.
WheelMap
By entering any location, WheelMap finds wheelchair accessible places all over the world. Contribute to the app by marking places you notice are accessible on your travels and rate them based on their entrances and public restrooms to help others.
HiNative
What better way to learn a new language than by connecting with native speakers across the world? Practice natural punctuation and sentence structure for everyday conversations, have something quickly translated or get help choosing the right words for the right occasion. With over 110 languages supported and a community of five million people worldwide, it’s a great way to learn something new for free.
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