Consider how the imagery you use in your class tells a story and communicates who belongs. Use services like Nappy.co to include high-quality photos and move beyond default image search results, which are heavily populated with white faces. Adobe Stock, which you can access through IU, also features broad representation in their photos. As you search for images, consider what story they tell your students. How are you including differently-abled individuals, individuals from different cultures, and individuals with different family and relationship structures in the visual elements of your classes and presentations?