Inclusive Topeka

Topeka is home to a diverse tapestry of ideas, people, and places. We welcome you and are committed to building a variety of strong and diverse relationships within our community. Come as you are and celebrate diversity, pride, culture, and life in Topeka, KS. Discover attractions that make a statement and strive to make a difference. Unlock the character of our community as you explore the museums, monuments, and cultural events dedicated to the pursuit of equity, equality and justice through our city.. 

Topeka welcomes you with open arms and businesses are taking a pledge to share the message. Look for this symbol at area businesses which are committed to inclusion! Know a business who should sign up? Or want to share this program? Get a decal here >>

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Inclusive Topeka Pledge:

"Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion are core values of our business.  It is practiced in all aspects of our organization.  We see it as our role to invite the world to celebrate the rich and diverse tapestry of ideas, people, and places that our community brings to life. We are committed to building a variety of strong and diverse relationships.  We will intentionally seek to attract and serve customers from diverse groups and markets.  We will exhibit an authentic and welcoming environment to all residents and visitors alike. "



Studio 62 - NOTO Arts & Entertainment District | Topeka, KS

Pride Month may fall in June, but in Topeka there are ways to celebrate LGBTQ+ Pride all year long. Because the road to equality is paved one brick at a time, we encourage one and all to check out these ways to support PRIDE in the Capital City. Learn more >> 


Equality House - Front | LGBTQ+ Rainbow House - Topeka, KS

Topeka itself has done much to combat the negative attitudes against minorities and all groups of people and the LGBTQ+ issue is no difference. Find out how Topeka has fought against the persecution of the LGBTQ+ community. Learn more >>

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"Openness may not completely disarm prejudice, but it's a good place to start."- Jason Collins, Read More