Special jelly beans (flavors may not match colors), made to help educators teach about implicit bias (prejudice and stereotypes) in a fun and memorable way. Let us help you build welcome and inclusive spaces. Free lesson plans, icebreaker activities, and resources.
Jacqueline L., Executive Recruiter
We use Diversity Beans as conversation starters, icebreakers, and giveaways at corporate sponsored events. We love the saying, we love that you can add our logo, and we love that the jelly beans are truly diverse!
Shelia J., Director of Diversity
Diversity Beans are part of our overall awareness initiative. We give them individually, to teams, and use them during brand conferences. They are a quick hit to keep diversity front and forward and employees love the concept. It leaves a good taste in their mouth (literally) about the topic of diversity.
Tonisha L., Equal Opportunity Manager
Diversity Beans were a hit! We used them in several training sessions with junior, mid, and senior level personnel. We found them to be a unique tool that inspired conversations about diversity. They were well received and enjoyed by all attendees!
Elizabeth C., Diversity & Inclusion Director
We use Diversity Beans in our firm reception areas, recruitment/job fairs, speaking engagements, and in our diversity orientation sessions. We use them primarily to demonstrate the prevalence of subsconscious stereotypes.
Joan K., Executive Director
Diversity Beans are a fun, creative, and tasty dialogue starter. We have enjoyed using them at student and teacher workshops, anti-bullying conferences, and our exhibit gala.
Jennifer J., Senior Human Resources Manager
We strive to build and nurture a culture where inclusiveness is a reflex, not an initiative. Diversity Beans are a physical reminder of that commitment to employees during orientation, onboarding, and beyond.
Marjorie M., Social Adjustment Counselor
Diversity Beans give students food for thought about the many ways we can combat prejudice, bias, and hate, and how we all have a part in making the world a better place.
Rose A., Former PTA President
When interviewing teachers for State Teacher of the Year, one of the finalists shared Diversity Beans with us. She shared how children are all different and what we see on the outside may be different from the inside. That week I bought my own stash! We have since used them as an opening exercise for our Diversity workshops. They are always a hit!
Tina J., Teacher
A few months ago I discovered Diversity Beans and ordered them to use in our teachers' training. They were a hit! Since then, we have used them with parents, students, and teachers. What a wonderful tool!