Diversity and Inclusion

Saskatoon Pride supports Black, Indigenous, and all People of Colour as they struggle to be heard, valued, and respected. Saskatoon Pride vows to use its platform to elevate queer, trans and non-binary BIPOC voices during the Festival and always. We are constantly evaluating our events, activities and engagement to this end and welcome community input and feedback with respect to our programming. It is our responsibility as a 2SLGBTQ+ community organization, and as individuals, to act, to listen, to learn (and unlearn) and to uplift and prioritize QTBIPOC voices.

We will work with others to make our community a safer one, one that is welcoming, accessible, inclusive and equitable. Pride began as a protest and a riot, and continued to evolve into a celebration as more rights were won in the fight for inclusion and acceptance. We recognize that our work must be intersectional, and we take every opportunity to seek community input, ensure that our Board of Directors, volunteers and stakeholders represent and reflect the diversity that makes up our 2SLGBTQ+ community and welcome feedback from those who participate in and attend Saskatoon Pride events year-round.

We also want to ensure that Pride events and programming are accessible, barrier-free and represent the needs, interests and desires of our community. 

To share your ideas and viewpoints with our board, please use our contact page