State of Racial Justice in Black Communities: How to Support Black Communities in this Moment - Shared screen with speaker view
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Greetings. I’m in Ocean City, MD and a past president of Anne Arundel Women Giving Together.
Amy Peck Abraham
Washington DC … Many Hands DC AND Giving Together
hi! I’m Sasha Raskin-Yin, Program Director at Amplifier
Hi, Andrea Downing from Arlington, Virginia. I am not part of a giving circle, but I am part of the Rotary Club of Capitol Hill.
Anna Gagliuffi, Visual Communications Director for the Latino Community Foundation in California. We host the Latino Giving Circle Network :)
Hi everyone - Afshan Paarlberg from Indianapolis. Part of the MWG100 Giving Circle and Founder of the Women's Giving Circle at Exodus Refugee.
My name is Barb Siegel, from Baltimore Maryland and a member of the Jewish Women’s Giving Foundation.
Elaine Daly - Boise, Idaho - member of local chapter of Dining For Women
I’m Liz (she/hers), based in Brooklyn NY for many years now but from Dover, NH. Also work at Amplifier - a network of giving circles inspired by Jewish values.
Good afternoon from The Community Foundation of Greater Birmingham. I’m Amanda Neuendorf and the Director of Donor Stewardship
I work at the Hampton Roads Community Foundation in Norfolk, VA and manage one of our giving circles
Hello everybody! Veena Khandke representing Dining for Women, Home Office in Greenville SC
Judy Nardacci, member of Dining for Women from Lee, MA
Laurie Weitz. Baltimore MD Chair of Jewish Women’s Giving Foundation
Anthony C. Hood
Anthony C. Hood, Birmingham Change Fund, Community Investment Network
Hi everyone! Emily Rasmussen from Grapevine.org here, a platform for giving circles.
Shelley Hendler, JWGF Baltimore
Mary Kwak, Many Hands, Washington, DC
Hello everyone! Laura Messer - from Greenville, SC
Hi Linda Baxter from Dining forWomen Massachusetts
Joy Webb, from Atlanta Circle of Joy Giving Circle and Community Investment Network
Diane Smock, Greenville, SC, Member & supporter of Dining for Women
Patricia Harleston from Columbia, SC. COLA Gives
Terralance “Shon” Thurman
Good Afternoon, T. Shon Thurman; A member of the Birmingham Change Fund, Birmingham, AL.
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strong motivation to make change. legal, advocacy and fundraising networks.
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Yes thank you Angie - info on how to sign up for the Racial Equity Community of Practice will be sent out later this week to everyone on the webinar
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Anthony C. Hood
If you have questions as Terry, Eddie, Marsha are sharing please chat them here or use the Q&A!
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Here’s some additional thing that CoThinkk (giving circle) is doing as well in Western NC: https://mailchi.mp/4ab176344847/this-moment
Thanks Tracey - will add to the document!
Anthony C. Hood
great points Eddie!
We can also collaborate with our local healthcare and legal organizations, such as National Black Nurses Association and National Organization Black Law Enforcement.
I Be Black Girl resource: https://www.aclunebraska.org/en/news/fighting-racism-nebraska?initms=200604_affcampaign_racial-justice_fulllist_sail&initms_aff=ne&initms_chan=eml&ms=200604_affcampaign_racial-justice_fulllist_sail&ms_aff=ne&ms_chan=eml&utm_campaign=affcampaign&utm_content=200604_civilliberties_racial-justice_fulllist&utm_medium=eml&utm_source=sail
Ideas from Tracey Greene-Washington from CoThinkk giving circle in Western NC: https://mailchi.mp/4ab176344847/this-moment
Giving circles get to be intentional about how impact their community this is why I love being part of a giving circle we can act immediately
Share your questions for Terry, Eddie, and Marsha!
How do we connect with Black giving circles in LA area? We would love collaborate.
Reach out to Marsha there!
Or our team at Philanthropy Together, firstname.lastname@example.org
We have to unafraid and explicit
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We will be doing Launchpad again later this year - date isn’t set yet!
Launchpad is our virtual incubator
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Thank you so much Sara, Marcus, Marsha, Terry and Eddie for giving us the opportunity to be part of this
Thank you. This was very informative.
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Thank you so much - a lot to act on!
We’ll be emailing about how to join the Community of Practice this week!
From Angie Brandt: Key takeaways: disrupt nonprofit industrial complex, weaponize your influence, value partnerships. Learn. Invest. Influence.
Thanks everyone for such a powerful webinar! Marcus, loved your faith based framing at the beginning. For folks who identify as Jewish or are interested in Judaism, we are having a follow up conversation about racial justice giving through a Jewish lens. Email me email@example.com for more info.
Thank you everyone!
Thank you all!