Our mission, vision, policies, procedures, and Board agreements have been recently revisited to acknowledge systemic racism and classism, how they inform the problem we’re trying to solve, and how we must address them in order to achieve our mission. We actively work with other organizations and institutions to address systemic inequalities. We identify as a
social justice organization and invite external partners to hold us accountable to our commitment. We require anti-oppression training programs for staff and board. And we are constantly finding and refining ways to engage funding and industry partners about our commitment to undoing racism and classism. This work is critical to achieving our shared goals.