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DIVERSITY ACTIVITIES GO TO: Walk Apart - Walk Together Two 'volunteers' come forward and stand with backs together. The 'audience' is asked to call out things about these two volunteers that are different. Differences sometimes push us apart. As each difference is called the volunteers take one step apart. When the reach the end of available space, have them turn and face each other. Now the audience is asked to call out things that are similar/alike about the volunteers.
As each similarity is called out, the volunteers take one step toward each other. Note, most times the differences are things we can see: hair/skin color, wearing glasses or not, different type shoe, one in pants, the other in skirt.
The similarities are often times things that the audience perceives: both are GS, both are enthusiastic, etc. Of course there may be some physical characteristics that are similar.
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(Gum drops may be used as well, but some colors may have to be eliminated.) Tell the group to hold the jelly bean and not eat it. The jelly bean color you have chosen tells us something about you as a personality.