On Sunday, April 29, the Women’s Flat Track Derby Association is hosting its first-ever anti-abuse, anti-harassment, and anti-discrimination public town hall in partnership with MRDA and JRDA. The town hall is coming at a crucial time in the sport and discussions will be centered on taking steps to make our Codes of Conduct more effective, addressing recent events, and working together to create a better process for the community.
“The WFTDA recognizes that the best response to recent issues of abuse and harassment is to make more meaningful policy and work side-by-side with JRDA and MRDA to create a safer, more inclusive community. This town hall is an opportunity for us to let our sport know we’re making changes around our Codes of Conduct, and that we are committed to building a culture that supports survivors and prevents abuse.”
F-Bomb, WFTDA Vice President
Join this important public discussion April 29 at 3 p.m. Pacific Daylight Time (PDT). Everyone is invited to attend, but registration is limited to 500 participants. To accommodate this, please coordinate amongst league members and, where possible, host group viewing opportunities. Thank you in advance for adding your voice to community solutions.
» Register here.
» Can’t attend but want to submit questions? You can do that here.
» Want to read the WFTDA’s anti-abuse statement? You can do that here.