ACE CODE OF CONDUCT
A foundation for an equitable space for staff and guests.
Ace is for everyone.
Racism, homophobia, cissexism, misogyny and other discriminatory behavior have no home here and will not be tolerated.
We’re in this together.
Be kind and considerate to one another.
Express yourself freely, choose your words thoughtfully.
Think before you act. Learn before you speak. Everyone makes mistakes and that’s okay — we’re committed to talking things out, with an eye toward restorative resolutions.
Respect gender identity.
Not everyone refers to themselves as she or he. It’s ok to ask about a person’s pronouns.
Beware of biases.
Ace stands against white supremacy and all systemic forms of oppression.
Ace Hotel New York | December 14, 2022
Brooklyn-based artists Yeldā Ali and Angela Jones collaborate on a collective exhibit, “Baraye Avaleen Bar: Afghan Women on Tintype”. The show pays homage to Afghanistan as a home and, more importantly, to the often forgotten heroes of war: women.