Where We Stand

Today, we are reflecting, learning, and listening. Our board and staff members are engaging in important conversations. We are pursuing ways that we can effectively impact our community with anti-bias, anti-racism, and racial disparity work.

Words are not enough, but silence is unacceptable.

KAC believes in inclusivity and equity. Art-centered spaces should be places of freedom, safety, and active anti-racism. We believe art has the power to transform lives, but that transformation is limited to the few if all people cannot come to these spaces and this work freely, without fear of discrimination.

 “We all play a role. Solidarity is the only way.”

– Rachel Cargle, Teacher, Storyteller, and Advocate

Art by Miha Sarani

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