Seattle Arts & Culture for Anti-Racism (SACA) began in 2015 with a small group of volunteers who wanted to explore how to support and advance anti-racism work throughout arts and culture organizations at Seattle Center. Since then, SACA has grown participation to more than 30 organizations and has expanded its work by offering free trainings, affinity and caucus spaces, one-on-one consulting, panels and more. In order for SACA to continue offering free land and learns, workshops and trainings, we depend on our community to help support our programming. Please consider donating to help sustain anti-racism work throughout Seattle Center and beyond.
We lead all equity work through the lens of race because it allows us to confront racism directly while addressing all other forms of systemic, institutional & structural oppression. We lead with race to acknowledge the disproportionate impact racism has on BIPOC communities and are committed to dismantling those systems of harm.
SACA exists to dismantle how white supremacy shows up in the arts and culture world by advancing and supporting anti-racist work both in Seattle and beyond. We build power with Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC), whose voices and experiences inform every aspect of this work, to create a more racially equitable arts and culture community.
SACA envisions an arts and culture sector that is actively anti-racist, representative of BIPOC communities in leadership, staff, donors and audience and who is committed to dismantling white supremacy culture and other systems of oppression that harm all of our communities.
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