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Sign the pledge to let your customers and community know that your business is Open to All.

The Open to All coalition is engaging public-serving businesses to take the Open to All Pledge. By signing the pledge and displaying the Open to All sign in your store window (if you have a storefront), business owners can commit to supporting nondiscrimination protections and sending a powerful message that their business is open to all. When you sign up, the Open to All Coalition will mail you a window cling!

Open to All Businesses pledge to:

  • Maintain a welcoming and safe environment for people —including employees, visitors, customers, vendors and clients — regardless of race, ethnicity, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, religion or disability.
  • Not discriminate against any individuals or deny them goods or services based on any of these characteristics, and to provide all goods and services to everyone on the same terms.
  • If applicable, display the “Open to All” sign in my storefront window or in a place visible to my customers. (Download the PDF here, and look for a window cling in the mail from us when you sign up!) 

Take the Pledge: “This Business Is Open to All”

Open to All represents a growing community of businesses who affirm that they reject discrimination and that they are open to all.

Over the past several years, there have been increasing efforts to undermine laws that protect Americans from discrimination. In Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights  Commission, the Supreme Court has just ruled for a bakery that discriminated against same-sex couple because the Court felt the Commission was biased when it handled the case. However, nothing in the ruling allows the bakery, or any other business, to keep discriminating—and the Court found state nondiscrimination laws can stand.

Unfortunately, while the decision affirmed the importance of nondiscrimination laws, it won’t end the discrimination that so many Americans still face every day. The laws in most states still don’t explicitly protect LGBT people from discrimination. And discrimination based on race, ethnicity, gender, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity and more still happens far too often.

Please contact info@opentoall.com for questions or to request more information.

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By signing this pledge, you agree to share your business’ information with the Movement Advancement Project which coordinates the Open to All Coalition. Your business’ name, location and website will be displayed publicly as a supporter.

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