Roots & Culture offers a welcoming space that is built on a culture of care. Our programming supports and uplifts artists who identify as Black, Indigenous, and People of Color; LGBTQ+ people; women, trans, nonbinary, and gender nonconforming people; people with disabilities; immigrants, regardless of status; and people without wealth or economic stability. Roots & Culture does not discriminate against any groups of people, including the aforementioned communities, as well as historically privileged demographics. By mobilizing our resources – our space, networks, and funding capacity – we are committed to amplifying the voices of historically excluded and oppressed people in the art world.