Code of conduct
Kin Theory is intended to be a safe space for all, including Indigenous women, Two-Spirit people, youth, and those most marginalized in our communities. Kin Theory is committed to creating a database free of harassment, discrimination, sexism, and threatening or disrespectful behavior. We reserve the right to deny access to, or remove from our online spaces, those who have violated the sacred, especially those who remain unrepentant with no movement towards healing and reconciliation. We are committed to doing everything in our power to minimize harm, as well as to support safety and healing in the Indigenous community whenever possible.
Nia Tero is committed to equal opportunities for all Storytellers, including INDIGENOUS, Black, Latinx, Asian, and people of color, as well as people who are undocumented, femme, trans, TWO-SPIRIT, and nonbinary people, LGBTQIA+ people, and people with disabilities, and we will not tolerate any form of abusive, harassing, discriminating or threatening language on this Website or other platforms. In using the Website, you agree to comply with all applicable laws.
Please reach out to us if you experience any unsafe behavior, and we will safeguard your information and privacy. We also welcome feedback of any kind as we continue to grow our media communities and this site together. Kin Theory does not endorse or represent anyone on this site.