These are unisex socks that will fit men, women and kids. The socks are festooned with multi-colour symbols. The mixture of 3-21 symbolizes the extra chromosome that people with Down syndrome carry. It also stands for World Down Syndrome day.
Features Johns Crazy Socks
Hundred per cent polyester
$2 from each pair donated to National Down Syndrome Society and ACDS
Made in the USA
One size fits most: women’s shoe 4-12 men’s shoe 6-13
Inclusion and diversity are a warm topic that many organizations discuss and try to figure out how to get it right.
In this play, you would love to introduce you to a firm that is not just talking about it, but socking to inclusion and diversity, taking a rebellious approach to addressing and embracing this vital topic.
The firm is Johns Crazy socks, an internet sock firm based in Long Island, New York, that was founded by the son and father team of John and Mark in 2016, John, who has Down syndrome, planned he wanted to go into business with his father and came up with the idea of selling socks.
The firm received a lot of press and focus, sharing how he and his father have built a successful business.
They have become role models on the power of inclusion and diversity, and are on a mission to showcase this approach to others.
In addition to tackling diversity and inclusion inside the walls of their warehouse, they also host school tours, speak at events and conferences, and advocate changes in policy and law to support the rights of people with different capabilities to work and to retain their earnings.
They are really going above and beyond to present a successful business approach and model, one that can and should be used by others.
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