We cannot stand for racism, nor can we be silent when we see it. We stand with all those who have experienced prejudice and hatred, and we are committed to our role in helping make Arizona and this nation a place of equality for everyone.
The Arizona Diamondbacks celebrate our Latino fans, players and team players throughout the year, and annually host Hispanic Heritage Day each season. This September will mark the 22nd Los D-backs Hispanic Heritage Day celebration where the team will recognize an individual for their advocacy, leadership and service to the Arizona community with the Pete Garcia Los D-backs Hispanic Leadership Award.
The Arizona Diamondbacks are proud to support LGBTQ+ programs and events. Since 2017 the team has celebrated D-backs Pride Night annually and has given more than $32,000 to LGBTQ+ programs that include Phoenix Pride, One Community Foundation, One-n-ten, Latino Pride Alliance and Media Out Loud.
Saturday, June 1, 2019 marked the D-backs 21st Native American Recognition Day in partnership with Gila River Hotels and Casinos and annual Inter-tribal Youth Baseball & Softball Tournament.
The D-backs Women group was created to provide a safe and open place where D-backs Women can feel comfortable talking about challenges and issues they face. These issues range in topics but include things that are unique to women and maybe even to the D-backs. D-backs Women provides support, resources and inspiration to empower each other to address those challenges and issues.