Embracing Our Differences , above is a shot of the front page of the website, going back 5 years.
The annual outdoor art exhibit celebrating diversity.
The exhibit is here for 3 weeks spread out on Giant Billboards at Riverwalk.
Below each photo is the name and the Quote that is on each sign.
Different Beauty, by Demond Jones, Port Huron, Michigan , 11th grade
I would not have lived, loved or laughed, had I not embraced those who differ from me. D. R. Suit
State of Mind, Gabrielle Lambert, North Port FL 12th grade
Parenting a child with differences has enriched our lives beyond our wildest dreams. We wouldn't change a thing. Stacy and Bill Quaid, Bradenton FL
We All Have a Hand In it.
Ms. Perrota's Kindergarten Class, Sarasota FL
A puzzle can't be whole unless the pieces work together. Miles Fischer, 7th Grade, Bradenton FL
Card Games, Terry Adams, Osprey FL
When you exclude someone you exclude an opportunity. Noah Font, Bradenton Fl 4th grade
Everyone's Different by Nicole Corporan, Grace Schulze, Devika Desai, Holly Swartz, 4th grade Sarasota FL
Be kind to everyone, not only your kind. Laura Timms, 5th Grade, Sarasota FL
Making a beautiful World, by Maedeh Mosawerzadeh, 12th grade, Iran
Life is lived but once, so why fill it with hate or discrimination? Leo Ramos, 8th grade Sarasota FL
Bones and Hats, by Jonathan Charles, Osprey FL 9th grade
Everyone is uncommon in someway. It's what we ALL have in common. Amy Padgett, Murphy TX
Colorless World, Emma Williams, St Clair, MI 11th grade
The true color of people is not the shade of their skin, but the tint of their personalities. Michael Clancy, 6th grade Sarasota FL
Cut from the same cloth by Lela Thompson, Osprey FL 12th grade
Seek to accept, not except. Johanna Fox, Sarasota, FL