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A New World is Possible: gender lens philanthropy in a time of Covid-19 - Shared screen with speaker view
Erina Tashiro
28:38
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kiersten
28:55
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kiersten
28:59
Media
kerry gardner
29:40
us based foundation
Erina Tashiro
29:49
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Erina Tashiro
30:03
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Ariel Dougherty
31:28
Funding and supporting feminist center media
Ariel Dougherty
32:04
Bring feminist media into the public policy issues
Ariel Dougherty
33:23
Engage funders in stronger understanding of role of feminist media as social change issue and seeing it supported at far greater rates
kerry gardner
43:42
fantastic video Sarah
Melanie Brown
55:45
@Laina - you're welcome. We must always tell and center our stories and lived experiences
kerry gardner
57:06
Melanie, your work and message is profound. Kerry Gardner, Global Fund for Women
Melanie Brown
57:58
@Kerry - thank you very much. Nice to meet you
kerry gardner
59:00
we worked w Tarana Burke to take #metoo global after she visited us in Australia
Melanie Brown
59:42
that's wonderful. she's powerful
Laina Greene
01:15:04
@Tuti— can you share how TIDES leading the way to blended finance and @Melanie—do you see gender lens movements be mindful of intersectionality of gender and race (I haven’t seen enough and wondering if you have)
Sue McCabe
01:15:08
I'm interested in the quality and availability of data about the impact of Covid on women? In New Zealand we have data on violence and unemployment for example. Is there good data to use? What is it saying?
Ariel Dougherty
01:16:44
Groundswell (formerly Catalyst) came out of Tides. A great model fund for different sectors….like media
Tuti Scott
01:19:07
thanks Laina. Tides allows for donors to make grants to c3, c4 and the funds of the donor advised funds are invested in vehicles that drive social impact. additionally, Tides does impact based direct investments from a DAF.
Melanie Brown
01:20:11
@Laina - yes, especially in those movements led by women of color.
Ariel Dougherty
01:20:32
For all panelists. Covid has enabled us to have sessions like this across continents and different participants for many different corners. This is a media form. How can we expand it even more to benefit more women.
Melanie Brown
01:20:33
In majority led movements, yes, also, but it needs more intentionality.
Laina Greene
01:21:23
Thanks! @Tuti @Melanie
Melanie Brown
01:21:26
@Laina- and let me specify - those movements led by queer women of color are the ones I see leading with a true intersectional lens
Tuti Scott
01:24:49
I would suggest trust based funding rather than flexible funding … it brings a different tone and allows for an opening to reposition power. it also lets the leader of the venture determine what and where to move the dollars. requires listening as Sarah so well stated.
Melanie Brown
01:26:14
https://www.womensfundingnetwork.org/2020/06/17/5-million-response-recovery-resilience-collaborative-fund/
Melanie Brown
01:26:33
yes to Trust Based Philanthropy @Tuti!
Tuti Scott
01:27:02
@Laina --- I agree with Melanie completely on queer women of color leading the way. I also invite you to look at McKenzie Scott (Bezos) publicly listed grantees she gave to.
Melanie Brown
01:27:41
yes! I love everything @MacKenzie Bezos is doing - and especially how she did it.
Melanie Brown
01:28:17
intersectionality is still in issue in people of color led spaces. we are all on a journey and have to acknowledge our blind spots in our movements
Nikita Desai
01:29:43
What could donors that do not consider themselves a 'philanthropist' per se do to make a difference?
Ariel Dougherty
01:29:54
Here is one film by a young woman on THE VOTE: THE FIFTH STAR (9:28, 2010) by Naomi Nelson @ReelGrrls https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yH_uK-Yg-bA
Ariel Dougherty
01:30:33
And another younger girls made film and how they reacted to the 2016 election in the US: SHY GIRL (4:20, 2017) from @girlsclubny https://vimeo.com/212807167
Laina Greene
01:31:49
We at Angels of Impact have worked to change mindsets about women of color as change agents by publishing a book “Sustainable Impact: How women are key to ending poverty” —idea is to showcase how women of color are great social entrepreneurs helping to end systemic poverty
Ariel Dougherty
01:32:13
One of the reason why film by women is so important — is because it OFFERS vision.
Ariel Dougherty
01:34:00
VISION being one more step along with Voice.
Melanie Brown
01:34:23
@Nikita - we are all philanthropists and all have time, talent and treasures that we can give to issues and movements that we care about.
Laina Greene
01:36:25
Women do need more than micro-finance—they need larger amounts —we need to change mindsets that women can only take micro-finance
Ariel Dougherty
01:36:48
@Lucy Yes!! Support women lead business in ALL your work — when you have a brochure made give the work to women. ETC
Melanie Brown
01:36:49
so true, @Laina
Nikita Desai
01:37:16
Thank you Melanie, its what I hear often and I love your response!
Nikita Desai
01:37:53
So important to support women owned businesses, thanks Lucy!
Laina Greene
01:38:02
The funding gap Angels of Impact is focused on is women led social enterprises that are too big for micro=finance but too small for impact investors
Ariel Dougherty
01:38:09
Martha Richards, an original member of WMM$ has a great idea for POLICy in the cultural community — it needs $10 Million.
Melanie Brown
01:38:12
yes. yes, yes "women's funds are on the front lines of philanthropy."
Lucy Lee
01:38:12
@Ariel - 100%. I never believe the arguments "we can't find a woman led xyz company" - they totally exist, we just need to look harder and in less conventional ways to find and support them.
Laina Greene
01:39:23
There is a huge pipeline of women led businesses supporting UNSDGs that need funding—and common complaint that there isn’t a pipeline (invisible to mainstream finance)
Tuti Scott
01:41:12
yes what Sarah said too!!! Fund policy, systems change, movement infrastructure and narrative change.... this is the long term work we did in women's sports. women in leadership came through sports experience -- 96% of women in c suite played sports.
Tuti Scott
01:45:09
quote from Vicki Saunders - head of Sheo -- women's investing circle with $1000 entry point investing in women entrepreneurs. "we need to deconstruct ourselves and our systems to build a flourishing and sustainable world."
Tuti Scott
01:45:48
https://belonging.berkeley.edu/
Tuti Scott
01:46:04
othering and belonging institute - john powerll
Erina Tashiro
01:46:07
Women Moving Millions: https://womenmovingmillions.org/Women Moving Millions Campaign Prospectus: https://drive.google.com/file/d/13VvxiHOh20Jwt6s1dmNgMfKkbPpf8Asr/viewThe Asia Foundation: https://asiafoundation.org/The Asia Foundation’s Lotus Circle Page: https://asiafoundation.org/support/lotus-circle/Gates Foundation: https://www.gatesfoundation.org/Tides: https://www.tides.org/
Erina Tashiro
01:46:45
Additional Resources:Anti-Racism Reading List: https://www.ptreyesbooks.com/anti-racist-reading-list“So You Want to Talk About Race”“Invisible Women: Data Bias in a World Designed for Men”Healing from Internalized Whiteness online training courseA Gender-Wise Toolkit for Grantmakers (AWDN): http://www.womendonors.org.au/gender_wise_toolkit.phpMoney, Power, and Gender: A Guide to Funding with a Gender Lens (Tuti Scott and Slingshot): https://www.tutiscott.com/gendermoneypower
Ariel Dougherty
01:47:14
Here was an international session on women issues of peace organized by the NGO CSW https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Gz3SgBZcx4&feature=youtu.be&utm_source=NGO+CSW%2FNY+Constituency&utm_campaign=6da54fb6cd-Recording%3A+Sept+2020+Monthly+Meeting_COPY_01&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_67ac6441ff-6da54fb6cd-412153276&mc_cid=6da54fb6cd&mc_eid=c6c6da7389
Melanie Brown
01:49:11
check out the nap ministry on Instagram
Tuti Scott
01:49:19
LOVE IT @Melanie ….. so true.... REST IS REVOLUTIONARY
Ariel Dougherty
01:49:48
Radio was central to the women organizing to make the peace in Liberia!!
Ariel Dougherty
01:50:20
Local media is critical in organizing
Laina Greene
01:50:23
It is a marathon not a sprint
Nikita Desai
01:50:59
Bravo to all panelists!
Sarah Haacke Byrd
01:51:15
Thank you! Such an honor
Melanie Brown
01:51:23
thank you all
Ariel Dougherty
01:51:26
Thank you !!