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Anti-Oppression: Public Meeting

 March 25

The Anti-Oppression Committee is dedicated to fostering accessibility, accountability, diversity, and openness for Union House Arts (UHA) as an organization, for membership, and community. While this list is not exhaustive, as a committee we are dedicated to creating action towards decreasing the effects of oppression within systematic racism, ableism, xenophobia, zionism, islamophobia, colonialism, capitalism, homophobia, heterosexism, and others that will be defined over the course of public and private meetings. This committee will serve as a means to cultivate resilience, common space, safety, and to move beyond inclusion and towards security and equity for all.

The first goal for the Anti-Oppression committee is to create a freely accessible living policy that reflects transparency and accountability for UHA as an organization and community. We will be creating an Anti-Harassment Policy and Code of Conduct that is inclusive and represents the values we want to create in our space. Living Policy means that a UHA established anti-oppression policy will change over time and the Policy and Code guiding them will be living documents, able to change with time as values are reflected back to the committee.

We will be discussing our Code of Conduct documents, Volunteering, and actions we can take as a committee to reduce oppressive effects on the Bonavista Peninsula.

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Times and Locations

March 25, 2024

7:00 pm