In light of recent events in the high-energy physics community, the Astrobites collaboration affirms our commitment to promoting equity and justice within the fields of physics and astronomy. We support the Particles for Justice statement authored by members of the physics community, and we strongly reiterate the authors’ first point that “the humanity of any person, regardless of ascribed identities such as race, ethnicity, gender identity, religion, disability, gender presentation, or sexual identity is not up for debate.” For more information about Astrobites’ stance on diversity, equity, and inclusion, we refer readers to our Statement of Inclusivity.
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