We are in solidarity with Black Lives Matter and Black people. We recognize that the intersection of Black and disability exacerbates the inequities experienced by Black disabled people and that racism and ableism collude to produce distinct forms of inequity and resistance. We join in the resistance through active anti-racism and anti-ableism. We are consciously working to embed the prioritization of students with disabilities in the Black, Indigenous, and people of color communities into the fabric of the organization, acknowledging that without a specific focus on these children, their families, and communities we risk leaving them behind. Our pledge is to hold each other accountable to centering these children in our work and in how we structure the organization moving forward. We recognize that our words mean nothing unless we back them up with action.