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On June 1, Glass Axis added its name to a letter to Columbus City Council in support of a resolution declaring racism a public health crisis, signed by more than 750 Columbus business and organization leaders.

We are proud to stand with the Greater Columbus Arts Council and the work they are doing to unify the city of Columbus through art. #artunitescbus

We are proud to be a member of the Columbus Arts Marketing Association that has committed itself to diversity and inclusion through this statement. We will participate in the August 2020 Diversity Training Series with Dr. Melissa Crum of the Mosaic Education Network.

We stand with our fellow member artists of the Franklinton Arts District, and support the letter from the Franklinton Arts District Board of Trustees to Mayor Andrew J. Ginther requesting removal of all police checkpoints in Franklinton.

We stand with glass artists around the world who are looking towards a decade of transparency by signing the Glass Pledge and making our actions speak louder than words to work for racial equity in the glass community.

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