Windhorse believes that in order to be most effective in our work and to promote high interpersonal standards for our community, we need diversity and inclusion to be felt, practiced and fostered by all our members and by our administrative systems. We believe that there is a confluence between uniqueness of an individual’s state of mind, including extreme mind states and the forms of oppression in larger society.
Windhorse employees commit to co-creating a work environment in which all community members feel included and where differences are valued and celebrated. The mosaic of identities we value includes, but is not limited to, ethnicity, sexual orientation, age, class, race, religion, ability, gender identity/expression, state of mind, color, language and family constellation.
Windhorse employees pledge to educate ourselves, to address conflicts or misunderstandings that develop, to make amends when appropriate, to protect the emotional safety of our environment and become allies with those who are members of targeted or marginalized groups.