How many times have you either heard or said something like:

 
  • We wanted to hire a person of color, but there just aren't any in the pipeline?

  • Every time I try to see somebody about my physical or mental health, they don't seem to "get" me.

  • There just aren't any black people in Seattle?

  • How do I ask questions about race?

  • We know diversity is important, but we just can't seem to make any progress within our organization, community, and/or city?

 

To those statements and questions we say:

"We Out Here."

Commitment to Accessibility and Inclusion

Who’s Invited? You are. If you want to be at We Out Here we want you with us. We are committed to making this a safe, inclusive, and welcoming environment for everyone. Throughout the entire planning process we are asking:

  • Can this cause any physical, emotional, or mental harm?

  • Who does this exclude? How can we make this inclusive?

  • How to we make sure everyone is able to fully participate?

  • What don't we know and who would?

Amina Maya

Amina Maya

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