We want to provide a brief respite from these unprecedented times for those who choose to attend.

We want to celebrate life, music as a sanctuary, and, of course, Prince and his albums! During the 2015 Grammy Awards, Prince declared, “Like books and Black lives, albums still matter!”

We want to hold a space for communion & fellowship through Prince. He always encouraged us to have Love 4 One Another, through his words, actions, and music.

#1plus1plus1is3 Code of Conduct

We want to create an environment that is safe, diverse, and inclusive for all. We are committed to providing a space that encourages open discussion and debate amongst people of all backgrounds. This includes, but is not limited to members of any race, ethnicity, culture, national origin, color, immigration status, social and economic class, educational level, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, age, size, family status, political belief, religion, and mental and physical ability. We expect all #1plus1plus1is3 participants to abide by our code of conduct.

Expected Behavior

Open discussion, debate, comments, and feedback

Unacceptable behavior

Any actions or words that make any individual feel uncomfortable or threatened. Examples of such behaviors include but are not limited to:

  • Violent threats or language directed at one or more individual(s)
  • Discriminatory jokes and language
  • Posting of sexually explicit or violent material
  • Posting (or threatening to post) confidential information belonging to others
  • Personal insults
  • Unwelcome sexual attention
  • Repeated harassment of one or more individual(s)

#1plus1plus1is3 Community Managers

Our event community managers can be found under the people tab within the #1plus1plus1is3 Airmeet event. They are:

Krysta Battersby (entire event)
Jhanele Green (intermittently)
Michael A. Bernard (intermittently)

Reporting violations

If you believe someone is behaving inappropriately in any of the aforementioned ways, please let our community managers above know.


In our efforts to provide a safe space for all participants, our community managers reserve the right to delete comments that do not follow our code of conduct and remove attendees who are not behaving appropriately, with or without warning, depending on the infraction(s) at hand.


This code of conduct was inspired by Django Code of Conduct, Design Systems Slack, and Code Heart Design.

The Estate of Prince Rogers Nelson is not affiliated, associated or connected with the ‘Prince #1plus1plus1is3 Symposium,’ nor has it endorsed or sponsored the ‘Prince #1plus1plus1is3 Symposium.’ Further, the Estate of Prince Rogers Nelson has not licensed any of its intellectual property to the producers, advertisers or directors of ‘Prince #1plus1plus1is3 Symposium.’