Quick Resource for Inclusive Images

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Hopefully, you’ve heard the phrase “representation matters”. Seeing yourself somewhere means something. Using inclusive images is a small change your organization can make that will make a big difference. A person is far more likely to do something if they see people like them doing it too (besides jumping off a cliff). 

Here are some free and paid options for you to use to make your branding more diverse. Switching out stock photos and illustrations is a simple change that can make a huge difference. 

Photos

https://www.nappy.co/

https://www.flickr.com/photos/wocintechchat/albums

https://unsplash.com/

https://tonl.co/

https://www.disabilityimages.com/

https://genderphotos.vice.com/

https://jopwell.pixieset.com/thejopwellcollection/

Illustrations

www.blackillustrations.com

http://www.kata-illustration.com/

https://affecttheverb.com/collection/

https://www.byalicelee.com/

https://www.libbyvanderploeg.com/

Final Thoughts

If you’re looking for more resources to find original content, I highly recommend checking out the links below. Also, it never hurts to hire local photographers and illustrators if the budget allows. It’s always great to invest in small business and a great way to give back into the community.

https://www.commarts.com/columns/the-exclusive-on-inclusive

https://infosecsherpa.medium.com/representation-matters-a-collection-of-diverse-stock-images-resources-d6730b17b7aa

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