Community Guidelines

Emergency Arts strives to create an inspiring, informative, supportive, and engaging social media community that fosters open dialogue between users of diverse backgrounds and voices relating to Emergency Arts’s mission and the topics about which Emergency Arts posts. Every community member has the opportunity to participate in respectful discussions surrounding art, culture, and history on our official social media channels. The guidelines outlined below will help create a courteous and safe environment for all community members.

Emergency Arts adheres to the user policy described below on all social media channels. We do not review or moderate all public comments, but we reserve the right to remove any content posted that does not adhere to this policy, and block or report users who violate our community guidelines. The following will not be tolerated:

  • Harassment; bullying; profanity; threatening, libelous, obscene, or political/partisan language; attacks on or intimidation of any party, including our online community members or Emergency Arts staff and volunteers; malicious speech regarding gender, sexual orientation, religion, gender identity, age, ethnic origin or race; sexist comments; hate speech; suggestion or encouragement of illegal activities; and demeaning remarks about personal appearance or ability.

  • Repetitive posts copied and pasted or duplicated by single or multiple users.

  • Off-topic, irrelevant, or unintelligible posts.

  • Advertisements, solicitations, promotional and commercial postings, or endorsements of any financial, commercial or not-for-profit organizations, websites, unincorporated organizations or clubs, contests or promotions.

  • Spam or fraudulent links, introduction of any software viruses, worms or other programs designed to damage software, hardware or telecommunications equipment.

  • Posting personal information of other community members or Emergency Arts staff or volunteers including but not limited to: phone numbers, email addresses, physical mailing addresses, and billing information.

  • Private correspondence between the user and other community members, or user and Emergency Arts

  • Impersonation of a Emergency Arts staff member or volunteer, spokesperson, or community member

  • Third-party intellectual property, such as any copyright-protected material, trademarks or logos without the consent of the owner of such intellectual property, and/or any violations of rights of publicity or privacy.

Contact Us

If you have an issue, question, or suggestion regarding these community guidelines, the best way to get a response is to email us at For privacy reasons, we cannot use our social media forums to resolve these issues, and we recommend that you email us.

We thank you for being a part of our community and engaging in thoughtful and respectful dialogue on our social media channels.