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Hugo House is now a hub for a swelling community—one that is producing some of the nation’s most dedicated writers. Hugo House opened a brand-new home for writers in the fall of 2018, a place tailored to programs for writers and readers and dedicated to everyone who loves the art of writing.

Hugo House: opening the literary world to everyone who loves books or has a drive to write.
  • Education
    Youth Programs
  • Expression
    Arts Organizations
    Literary Organizations

Hugo House commits to work toward racial equity at all levels of our organization.

Our staff and board see this long-term commitment as essential to carrying out our mission and enabling all writers to add their voices to the human story. Hugo House recognizes the historical inequities in access to literary opportunities for people of color.

We need to increase awareness and learn from engagement with the broader community in order to develop goals and strategies to expand racial diversity and inclusion. We regard racial equity as a top priority, one that is essential to our progress and growth.

The Hugo House Board has formed a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion committee, comprising community members and staff as well as board members. The committee is advising on the implementation of the strategic plan and how Hugo House will better serve communities of color and promote racial equity through programming; board, staff, and faculty composition; and community outreach.

The work of racial equity will be an ongoing process requiring many conversations and an investment of significant time and resources.