A nice way of stating the obvious.
By now, we all know the business case behind “Diversity and Inclusion”, putting aside the essential fundamentals of fairness and equity.
Back growing up in Edinburgh in the 1980s, we had another, shorter term for it: “New blood”.
Any social scene, large, small, casual or official, needs “new blood” to keep things fresh.
This isn’t a Marxist theory. This is just common sense. Without “new blood” entering the system, the system stagnates and gets corrupted. We’ve all seen it happen in our own lives many times before.
Sure, “Diversity and Inclusion” is a bit of a mouthful, but hey, it works. It really does power the good stuff.