Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 is the federal law that prohibits discrimination based on a person’s race, color, or national origin.
NEW DIALECT Nondiscrimination Policy
No person on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, age, religion, or sex shall be excluded from participation in, or be denied benefits of, or otherwise be subject to discrimination of services, programs, and employment provided by New Dialect.
If you believe you have been subjected to discrimination or to request an accommodation, please contact our Title VI coordinator by filling out one of forms that appear below: Request for Accommodation Form and Title VI Complaint Form.
To withdraw a prior complaint, please fill out this form.
REQUEST FOR ACCOMMODATION FORM
Differently-abled individuals who wish to participate in New Dialect programs, services, or activities and who need an accommodation in order to do so are invited to file out this form.
TITLE VI COMPLAINT FORM
If you believe you have been subjected to discrimination while participating in a New Dialect program, please fill out this form.
TITLE VI Complaint Filing Process
It is the policy of New Dialect that in the event of a formal complaint, the following procedure will apply:
The Title VI complaint made to New Dialect through our online form is routed to our Title VI Coordinator.
The Title VI Coordinator reports complaint information to the agency’s Artistic Director within 24 hours of receiving the complaint.
The Title VI Coordinator is responsible for acknowledging and starting the investigation of the complaint within thirty (30) days of its receipt.
The Title VI Coordinator will conduct an investigation and create an investigative summary report.
Before a formal summary and/or proposed action is released to the complainant, the Title VI Coordinator will notify and share the summary with the company’s Artistic Director and Board of Directors.
The Title VI Coordinator will notify the complainant in writing of the results of the investigation.