Everyone has seen versions of this graphic, and I have not idea who the original creator(s) are (actually, here’s a post by its originator: The Evolution of an Accidental Meme). But they are useful, and I thought I’d bring together variations I’ve seen online and invite readers to contribute others, as well as letting me know the names of the original artists.

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The Fourth Box is a lesson using the graphic.

The problem with that equity vs. equality graphic you’re using is from Cultural Organizing. Thanks to Paul Thomas for the tip.

Maybe another version with a similar message:

Here’s a version that’s new to me:

Here are some different, and important, “takes” on the graphic:

This ‘Equity’ picture is actually White Supremacy at work appeared in Medium.

Good Professional Development Slide On Equality vs. Equity

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