The SCA Executive Board strives to ensure that our meetings are held in a comfortable and secure environment in which our members feel respected and that their concerns have been heard and are understood. As such, we want to call attention to the SCA policy for content pertaining to human remains in presentations.
NO depictions of the remains of any specific person, regardless of ancestry, are to be included in any presentations, including photographs, drawings, x-rays, 3-D models, etc. Diagrams of generic skeletons, bones, teeth, or other body tissues are acceptable.
If human remains are to be discussed, the SCA Executive Board requests confirmation that descendant communities have been consulted and that there are no unresolved objections to the information being presented.
A caution symbol will be placed next to all presentations discussing human remains in the program and on signage outside the door of the session so that those who wish to avoid this subject matter can easily do so.
If you have any questions regarding this policy, please contact the SCA at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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