North America

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since 2006

Diversity & Inclusion

 

Ancient Order of Druids in America

“Membership is open to men and women of all religious, cultural, national, and ethnic backgrounds.”  About AODA

 

Ar nDraiocht Fein

“Ar nDraiocht Fein is committed to upholding all members in a warm and welcoming environment. We are dedicated to providing a safe space for all of our members no matter their race, sex, gender, age, ethnicity, sexuality, or experiences. ADF seeks to build a community that encourages, understands, appreciates, and accepts diversity. … ” ADF Inclusion Statement

 

Order of Bards, Ovates & Druids

“Membership of the Order is open to followers of all faiths and none, regardless of gender, sexual orientation or ethnic origin. This statement reflects the values we consider central to our philosophy: of tolerance and inclusiveness that completely rejects expressions of racism, sexism, fascism and homophobia.” OBOD About Us

 

Reformed Druids of Gaia

“Any person, regardless of race, gender, color, culture, age or sexual preferences may become a member of this organization upon presenting a petition, which may be oral, stating that she or he believes in the Basic Tenets of North American Druidism, as set forth in The Book of Law in The Druid Chronicles, and that she or he further believes in and agrees with the self-definition of this Branch of the Reform.” Article 4, Constitution of the RDG

 

Reformed Druids of North America

“Who can be a Reformed Druid?  Answer Who can’t be a Reformed Druid?”  RDNA Info Page (unofficial)

 

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Remma Restall Orr, Druid Priestess