Cascade Public Media (CPM) leadership and staff are committed to welcoming people to its Hive Media Lab (HML) from as many diverse backgrounds as possible and to providing a vibrant and innovative environment. Our events will have a respectful environment for people of all races, ethnicities, nationalities, ages, gender and trans statuses, abilities, sexual orientations, socioeconomic statuses, and beliefs.
We are grateful that our community is positive, friendly, and supportive of one another. In that spirit, HML staff, volunteers, event speakers, and attendees are expected to:
- Exercise consideration and respect in your speech and actions.
- Remain professional amid impassioned conversations. Disagreements are necessary to consider difficult questions, but they must remain civil.
- Remember that boundaries of good taste, humor, and physical interaction differ from person to person. If you sense someone feels uncomfortable — whether they explicitly state it or not — be respectful of those boundaries.
- Refrain from discriminatory or harassing behavior, including but not limited to:
- sexist, racist, ageist, homophobic, or discriminatory jokes or language
- physical intimidation including stalking or following
- sustained disruption of talks or events
- posting or displaying sexist, racist, ageist, homophobic, discriminatory, sexually explicit or violent material. If for any reason you need this material for a professional purpose, please contact CPM staff first and we can discuss an appropriate warning for participants
- unwelcome sexual attention, including sexualized comments or jokes, inappropriate touching, groping, and unwelcome sexual advances
- advocating for, or encouraging, any of the above behavior
Contact CPM staff or outside emergency services if you notice a dangerous situation or someone in distress.
To report other violations of this Code of Conduct, please email Amy Wilson, CPM’s Director of Human Resources at awilson@KCTS9.org.
Licensed CC BY-SA 4.0, adapted from the SRCCON Code of Conduct, the Citizen Code of Conduct, and the ONA Event Code of Conduct which had consulted the Geek Feminism community anti-harassment policy and O’Reilly Media’s conference Code of Conduct.