Accessibility

We are creating more opportunities for artists, performers, writers, artisans and cultural knowledge keepers, teachers, mentors, students, those who are differently-abled physically or mentally, of different or mixed nationalities or cultures, of varying beliefs and traditions, youth to elders,  and the LGBTQ2S communities. We hope to create programming that promotes safe, accepting, accessible spaces, with zero-tolerance for marginalization, prejudice, racism, homophobia, trasphobia, ablism or hate speech.

 

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