Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Accessibility
We Are Better Together
Devastated by the continual inequality, and systemic racism our BIPOC friends, neighbors, and community members face each and every day, the Fulton Theatre calls for an overdue change by promoting the power of Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Accessibility because Black Lives Matter. We have listened and we know we can do better and hold ourselves accountable by examining how we can support the undoing of the oppression that has historically existed in the theatre industry. We, as artists, are agents of change. We acknowledge at times, we could have been better, and know we will fall short in the future, but we make a commitment to never waiver on this course of equity.
The Fulton Theatre continues to be committed to being an agent of change through the stories we tell on our stage by creating conversations in our community, promoting diversity through our staffing, programming, and making a promise to amplify BIPOC voices in our community and beyond.
- The Fulton is committed to diversifying our artists, staff, volunteers, board, and stakeholders, through deliberate dialog, community involvement, and listening
- A formalized training of Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Accessibility for all organization members from external experts
- Promote the creation of new works and encourage diverse stories
To make a change, we encourage our community stakeholders to educate themselves and donate through these resources:
We will work together to uphold these commitments and make change. We are better together.