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“An individual has not started living until he can rise above the narrow confines of his individualistic concerns to the broader concerns of all humanity.”

– Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Dr. King’s image of a “World House” is one of neighborly love, care and understanding of each other. The idea proposes that every person is connected on a deeper level and that we can regain that connection through purposeful action against discrimination and injustice.
The ability to work peacefully and productively together in our “World House” will come through better understanding of one another. Diversity is not only intrinsic to the human condition, it is essential to our survival. Recognizing this truth is more important today than at any time in recent history. A core part of our mission is to provide resources for people from diverse populations. We also want to provide these resources for people who are interested in building a more inclusive “World House.”
Together we can create a world where truth replaces biases and fear.
We offer this information to the community through:
1. Assisting marginalized individuals in finding help within their communities.
2. Providing resources to companies, nonprofits, and educational institutions that want to embrace the broadest range of diversity in their work.
3. Sharing the science, evidence, and real-life stories that will change hearts and minds.
We encourage you to reach out to us or one of the many organizations and individuals listed here. If you have services to offer and would like to be  listed on our resource page, send us an email at info@springmatter.org.

Stay Tuned

In collaboration with the Martin Luther King, Jr. Research and Education Institute at Stanford University, we are preparing to launch a major expansion of their Liberation Curriculum, demonstrating the power of diversity and how we must all work together if we are to live peacefully and productively in what Dr. King called our great “World House.”

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