Cultural inclusiveness advances policies, practices and artistic choices that ensure that all those we care for, including but not limited to those who have been historically underrepresented based on areas such as race, ethnicity, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, and military service, are represented.
In support of this accountability, we commit to:
- Pursuing cultural consciousness in the selection of music and visual art for the Penn State Health and College of Medicine community;
- Acknowledging and dismantling inequities within our policies, practices, and services;
- Allocating the time and resources to make good faith efforts to increase the diversity of our artistic exhibits, arts performances and of our artists; and
- Engaging in substantive learning and teaching to build cultural consciousness to proliferate inclusive policies, practices and performances.