Home » DANCEXCHANGE’S COMMITMENT TO BLM
DanceXchange is committed to celebrating difference in all aspects of our makeup, governance, and work output.
With the Black Lives Matter movement as the catalyst, the DX team has collectively welcomed a period of consultation and reflection. In this context, we seek to make significant, meaningful change, which has led to the following commitments.
These commitments represent our thinking as we work to progress. We are open to suggestions and we invite you to check-in with us on our journey and let us know how we can continue to improve.
We will be updating these commitments quarterly and if you would like to talk to us please email email@example.com
As a team, we will undertake unconscious bias training at appropriate, regular intervals with an on-going commitment to further relevant training.
The commitments outlined here in response to the Black Lives Matter and Anti-Racism movements, are in addition to our ongoing work to make our organisation more inclusive – reflecting as many different voices, opinions and experiences as possible across age, class, disability, gender, race and sexual orientation.
We acknowledge that there is more work to do. Our actions moving forward will ensure our organisation better reflects the city of Birmingham and the West Midlands and will make our spaces and the work we do more welcoming and inclusive for all.
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