Welcome to divercity™ Unique Wearable designs with a Purpose

Washington DC is a city that places such a priority on racial equity that Mayor Muriel Bowser appointed Amber Hewitt as the District’s first Chief Equity Officer. Through her appointment, Acting Director Hewitt will lead the District’s newly established Office of Racial Equity, charged with advancing the Administration’s commitment to ongoing equity initiatives and achieving racial equity. Diversity and DC clearly walk hand-in-hand; the nation’s top nonprofits and organizations making societal change are headquartered here and include the Human Rights Campaign, ensuring equal treatment for all LGTBQ people; Chefs Stopping AAPI Hate, a coalition of local chefs raising funds to combat Asian racism; the National Disability Rights Network, protecting the rights of the disabled; and the Congressional Black Caucus, advancing the Black community through policy and other initiatives.

Washington, DC has long been a place where individuals and groups from across the U.S. have exercised their First Amendment rights with massive gatherings that include the Million Man March, Women’s March, and Right for Life. Plus, DC offers a plethora of options to learn more about the nation’s history and the effort to advance diversity, equity and inclusion for minorities and underserved populations. DC is also a place to understand history, from America’s beginning to present day. Examples include the new Black Lives Matter Plaza, the National Museum of African American History and Culture, National Museum of the American Indian, National Museum of African Art and National Museum of Women in the Arts, U.S. Holocaust Museum, Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, African American Civil War Memorial, and the Lincoln Memorial.