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Culture Club Cultural diversity is this entrepreneur's game.

By Cynthia E. Griffin

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It's a big world, and 39-year-old entrepreneur Denise Baileyhas created a game, Diversity Works ("the Trivial Pursuit ofdiversity," says Bailey), that just might help peopleunderstand it a little better.

Debuting in May 1999 at the National Stationery Show, DiversityWorks was a hit. Bailey, founder of Cultural Concepts Inc., pickedup orders from the New York Public Library and Metropolitan Museumof Art, as well as smaller retailers across the country.

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