We have made sure to welcome every individual that has walked through our doors to ensure they feel welcome, we practice our Diversity and Inclusion statement as part of our Code of Conduct: https://studiokokoro.co.uk/about-studio-kokoro/policies/
While we have been offering virtual classes during COVID-19 we have offered free tickets to those who are in the Black Tie Rope Collaborate, this is so we can play our role in supporting education that may not be otherwise available and support developing future BiPOC educators and leaders.
We have had Inclusion and Representation events at the studio and it is something we hope to continue to offer when we can open our doors again: Inclusion and Representation at Studio Kokoro
We have donated to ACLU and GLITS to support these Black and Black Trans charities.
We are currently providing Unconscious Bias training for all of our Studio Kokoro Volunteers. We are actively developing our own knowledge through personal research on Inclusion and how we can be better at Studio Kokoro.