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The Frick Pittsburgh stands with our community in defense of civil rights and is working to become actively anti-racist. Read our full message.

A Message to Our Community

The Frick Pittsburgh decries the recent and increasing acts of violence committed against members of the Asian, Asian American, and Pacific Islander communities, as we decry violence against Black citizens at the hands of police and the criminal justice system. Racial violence and the structural inequalities that allow it to perpetuate are a toxic inheritance and a present and ongoing threat. We stand in grief with those impacted, and in solidarity against racial violence everywhere. We are committed to continuing to create a safe and inviting space of discovery for all our visitors, particularly those who have been marginalized in museum spaces. Eurocentric and white-led museums have contributed to the exoticization and racist narratives that laid the foundation for such violence.

Our staff has embarked on the process of dismantling our biases and working to become actively anti-racist. As we move into the future, we strive to bring a mindset of radical empathy to everything we do. Diversity, equity, accessibility, and inclusion are the compass points of our journey. To learn more about what we are doing, view our equity commitments. To take the journey with us, visit the resources below.

Anti-racism resources:
Anti-racism resources for white people
Are art museums still racist? The COVID reset
Asian Mental Health Collective
Black Lives Matter
How To Start Conversations About Anti-Asian Racism With Your Family
Museum of Chinese in America
National Queer Asian Pacific Islander Alliance
Stop AAPI Hate
Talking About Race

AAPI community organizations to follow:
APALA Pittsburgh
Filipino American Association of Pittsburgh
The Japan-American Society of Pennsylvania
OCA Pittsburgh

Black community organizations to follow:
1Hood Media
The Black Political Empowerment Project
Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh
SisTers PGH