Our new "United to End Racism" label is perfect to include with your anti-racism training and activities.
Each individual bag includes:
8-9 jelly beans in tamperproof 2 3/8" x 3 5/8" bag
One "United to End Racism" top label 2"
One bottom label 2" (optional)
Random mixture of jelly beans.Beans can be any color/flavor combination:red, orange, yellow, green, black, white, apple, cherry, cinnamon, grape, licorice, lemon, peppermint, pineapple, root beer, tangerine, and wintergreen
DIVERSITY BEANS - UNITED TO END RACISM
>>YOU CHOOSE<< - Bottom label:
No label (when you don't want to spoil the surprise)
Standard bottom label text: "This candy is just like people--you can't determine what's on the inside by simply looking at the outside. Diversity Beans remind us to experience people one at a time and enjoy their unique qualities." Diversity is Strength and includes you. DiversityBeans.com
Born in 2000 to combat prejudice, Diversity Beans force people to put their assumptions to the test. Like, "don't judge a book by its cover", don't judge these beans by their color. Tasked as a teaching tool for bias, prejudice, and stereotypes, Diversity Beans open the door to deepening conversations about past experiences and belief systems.
Used by companies like Apple, Amazon, and Disney, and in primary, secondary, and collegiate schools across the nation, Diversity Beans are a staple in training programs where building inclusive spaces is a priority.
Sugar, Corn Syrup, Corn Starch- Modified, Malic Acid, Natural & Artificial Flavors, Confectioner’s Glaze, Carnauba Wax, Beeswax, Glycerine, Caramel Color, Blue #2 Lake, Yellow #6 Lake, Red #40 Lake, Red #40, Yellow #5, Yellow #6, Blue #1, Red #3
*Manufactured in a plant that processes peanuts, almonds, pecans, egg, milk, and soy
A reminder to hit pause and analyze expectations when meeting someone new
An invitation to learn life experiences and perspectives different from your own
A tangible way to experience bias based on perception
An expression of personal commitment to value differences
A lesson in prejudice, stereotypes, and assumptions, proving looks can be deceiving
A tool (and community of resources) to help build diverse, equitable, and inclusive spaces
A catalyst for discussions on systemic racism, white supremacy, allyship to accomplice, and more
A sweet way (pun intended) to talk about bias, prejudice, and stereotypes with friends, kids, and family
A branded promotional giveaway for job fairs and corporate sponsored events
A fun icebreaker activity at your next meeting (or in the classroom)
A memorable takeaway for corporate diversity training
A desktop reminder that your company values diversity and inclusion
An exercise for leadership training and professional development
A gift for new hires during orientation and onboarding
An inclusive holiday gift for employees, corporate partners, or students
A sensitivity activity for teacher training workshops
An anti-bullying campaign lesson or conference takeaway
A unique party favor or handout at speaking engagements, seminars, or family dinners