Expanding our commitment to ongoing work on justice, equity, diversity, accessibility and inclusion

Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh is built on a foundation that supports inclusion, diversity, justice, equity and accessibility for all visitors, former and current employees, partners, artists and community members. We have a long history of programs that support Black families and children. Navigating two equally important societal changes, COVID-19 and racial/social injustice, has given us the opportunity to deeply examine how we can expand our focus on racial justice and become a stronger organization and better friend to and ally of Black children and families, now and into the future.

Some of the ways Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh has broadened its commitment to diversity and inclusion are facilitated engagement sessions, hiring a leader to guide our diversity and inclusion work, and establishing a permanent board committee to ensure continued progress. These and other efforts, along with our existing policies and programming, continue our commitment to Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC), other minority audiences, and underserved children and families.

If you have questions regarding this work, please contact [email protected].