Honoring Inclusion and Diversity
In this moment of growing awareness of the wounds of slavery, colonization, patriarchy, and oppression of sexual and gender expression, we have the opportunity to create programs inviting the participation of everyone drawn to our work. Those of us with experience in nonordinary states often have a deep appreciation for the realities of history and culture that have worked to exclude from the educational and personal growth communities, including the transpersonal community, many people of color, LGBTQ community members, or otherwise colonized or marginalized people. With the assistance of outreach, special projects in underserved communities, sliding scales, tuition waivers, grants, and all other means, we are committed to welcoming all interested people into our programs. We always appreciate input and feedback as to how to better serve this goal.