OHA Code of Conduct
Attendees and exhibitors at the annual meeting of the Oral History Association agree to abide by the OHA Statement on Diversity and Inclusivity.
Attendees also agree that the annual meeting is a harassment- free event for all participants, regardless of gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, race, religion, national origin, physical appearance, disability, or other group identity as per the Association’s policy on harassment [insert link to policy at oralhistory.org here]
Attendees and exhibitors understand that the following acts constitute violations of the Oral History Association’s policy on harassment: Use of abusive or derogatory verbal comments, slurs, epithets, or discriminatory images in public or online spaces; threats or acts of violence, intimidation, or stalking; harassing use of photography or recording; purposeful and repeated acts of misgendering; or inappropriate physical contact or unwelcome sexual attention.
If you are being harassed or witness harassment, please contact an Oral History Association staff person or council member immediately