Do the words we choose help or hinder us? Can one word be so overburdened with meaning that it is essentially meaningless?

In a relatively short period of time, the word diversity has become one of our most used words. But, what exactly do we mean when we use that word? Do we share the same meaning? And are we actually addressing diversity—or are we simply bandying around a word, so that we feel have ticked that box?

These are some of the issues addressed by Rachel Grunwald in her article Words, Words… They’re all we have to go on.