Code of Conduct

WI Libraries Talk About Race and all webinars/workshops/related opportunities are a respectful, safe and inclusive environment for all participants, regardless of gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, appearance, ethnicity, race, national origin, age, religion, or any other protected categories under applicable law. 

All participants are expected to behave with integrity and respect toward others in attendance. 

Webinars are moderated. Participants are expected to respect the choices of the moderator in selecting questions or comments and managing session times. Participants are required to respect the privacy of other participants and refrain from any unauthorized or unwelcomed recording or photography. 
Participants may not:

  • Record video or take photos/screenshots of interactions with other participants. 
  • Record video or take photos/screenshots of materials shown from presenters. 
  • Record any portion of the presentation, via video or audio. 

All communication, verbal or electronic, must be carried out in a respectful and polite manner. Inappropriate messaging, unwelcome contact, or humiliation to another person will not be tolerated. 

The organizers of WI Libraries Talk About Race reserve the right to remove or reject participants who do not abide by this code of conduct.