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On 11/8, NPQ welcomes @NotYourAvgHo101 of @BorealisPhil and Adela Ruiz of @NBAFoundation for a webinar that explores #disabilityjustice in the workplace. Sign up today for the live event: bit.ly/3EbPMqE
We hope @CalYouthConn & @HazenFdn offer an example of what can be accomplished through inclusive, thoughtful executive transition processes, with repeated/reliable, long-term #philanthropy investments in nonprofits. Check out our latest on @npquarterly: nonprofitquarterly.org/trusting-youth…
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This 2022 @GEOfunders Conference Short Talk discusses building momentum behind the Black-led movement for racial repair: bit.ly/3fqOE9e @tsmith1211 @ariaflorant #GEO2022 #racialjustice #reparations
Pro-Black Recovery: Infrastructure for Health and Wealth bit.ly/3FFadgT
“What are these learnings for Puerto Ricans that are also relevant to the US and to other countries?” @carlaminetpr, @cpipr bit.ly/3h9Seol #PuertoRico #climatejustice #philanthropy
“Policymakers do not consider Black women living in poverty when developing programs that help people purchase and retain ownership of a home.” bit.ly/3FH934p @theGROfund @SpringboardToOp @InsightCCED #racialjustice
“Go back to your families, to your coworkers, to your friends, and ask yourself, ask them—what are the stories that we need to tell to get to a racially just world?” —@tsmith1211. bit.ly/3FHOrsF @GEOfunders #GEO2022 #philanthropy
Now through November 30, you can subscribe to both @Alliancemag and Nonprofit Quarterly magazines for just $69! Sign up today: bit.ly/3h2NYHy
On 11/16, join @rithika_ram and panelists from @bcgproject to talk strategies to link legislative fights to labor issues: bit.ly/3FymqnA
What policies and practices can nonprofits review and update to stop perpetuating #ableism? Our webinar on 11/8 examines this and more: bit.ly/3gWxTmu
“Looking to the lives of Black women moves us toward solutions that redefine wealth.” —@aisha_nyandoro and @AnnePriceICCED. bit.ly/3DZlQOp #homeownership #racialjustice
“What are these learnings for Puerto Ricans that are also relevant to the US and to other countries?” @carlaminetpr @cpipr bit.ly/3Ul0lNi #PuertoRico #climatejustice #philanthropy
NPQ’s Fall 2022 magazine on #climatechange seeks to shift our strategy from short-term crisis response to long-range, cyclical designs more in line with nature. Subscribe today: bit.ly/3TSx4K6
What do inclusive models of leadership for racial and economic justice look like? Our webinar on 11/10 explores this and more: bit.ly/3h1DA2o
“It can be easy to make the mistake of presenting an established plan to the community at the point where changes are no longer possible.” —Hawwa Muhammad. bit.ly/3Tc6rPi #programdesign
.@Estebantitos highlights the importance of both rigor and imagination to design new worlds: bit.ly/3DuOGEQ @AORTACoop #economicjustice
Kamuela Enos highlights how #Indigenous practices offer tools to build a more equitable economy today: bit.ly/3Wnbj6O
“Stabilizing clients is the first step. But long-term economic prosperity requires creating conditions in which community members not only survive—but thrive.” —Joseph Ceasar of @legacyforyouth. bit.ly/3DoDGZu @CDFIFund @ConsumerReports #rural
Limited time offer: a one-year digital subscription to both @Alliancemag and Nonprofit Quarterly magazines for only $69! Subscribe now: bit.ly/3WljTTu
How can new #narratives about leadership advance economic justice? Join our webinar on 11/10 with @Tonypmc of @GroundedNetwork, @DrAkilahWB of @Vacant2Vibrant, and @Seema_NYC of @CAPACD: bit.ly/3SWBHS2
Labor and community organization leaders share insights on how the movement can take on inequality. Hosted by @rithika_ram on 11/16. Featuring panelists from @ACREcampaigns, @CTULocal1, @UAW, and more: bit.ly/3h08599
“We can reteach ourselves to see and understand how to change long-standing detrimental behaviors, habits, and institutions that have altered our human ability to respond to injustice…” —A-dae Romero-Briones of @FNDI303. bit.ly/3NzR0iz
“Tribal elders speak of how the fires also had a positive impact on the nearshore aquatic habitat, from its use as an aid to carving out large dugout cedar canoes to promoting salmon runs through the islands.” —Samuel Barr. bit.ly/3DxiHnr #climatejustice
How does #disabilityjustice intersect with all movements for #justice? Join our webinar on 11/8 for an important discussion with @NotYourAvgHo101 of @BorealisPhil and Adela Ruiz of @NBAFoundation: bit.ly/3DnlQGy
#Indigenous people have been preparing for climate change specific to human disruption of the planet for generations. NPQ’s Fall 2022 magazine on #climatejustice seeks to uplift this crucial piece of the conversation. Subscribe today: bit.ly/3zxzVQm
“Looking to the lives of Black women moves us toward solutions that redefine wealth.” —@aisha_nyandoro and @AnnePriceICCED. bit.ly/3NvdBNb #homeownership #racialjustice
“As of today, there are roughly 50,000 Black farmers, accounting for just 1.4 percent of farm owners in the US.” —@IrisMCrawford. bit.ly/3Ue5SFf @nataglaw @EnvDefenseFund #Blackfarming
“Tribal elders speak of how the fires also had a positive impact on the nearshore aquatic habitat, from its use as an aid to carving out large dugout cedar canoes to promoting salmon runs through the islands.” —Samuel Barr. bit.ly/3h0AfRw #climatejustice
“We can reteach ourselves to see and understand how to change long-standing detrimental behaviors, habits, and institutions that have altered our human ability to respond to injustice…” —A-dae Romero-Briones of @FNDI303. bit.ly/3Nr0exl #enivronmentaljustice
Get a one-year digital subscription to both @Alliancemag and Nonprofit Quarterly magazines for only $69! Subscribe today: bit.ly/3WgDbcP
What can statewide coalitions help us achieve? Find out with NPQ’s @rithika_ram and panelists from @bcgproject on 11/16: bit.ly/3zw0PYU
How are notions of what it means to be a leader being redefined? Join our webinar on 11/10 with @Tonypmc of @GroundedNetwork, @DrAkilahWB of @Vacant2Vibrant, and @Seema_NYC of @CAPACD: bit.ly/3SWBE8O
Subscribe today to get NPQ’s Fall 2022 magazine, “The Face of Climate Change: Indigenous Teachings for Our Future”: bit.ly/3zvmBMD #Indigenous #climatejustice #climatechange
On 11/8, NPQ welcomes @NotYourAvgHo101 of @BorealisPhil and Adela Ruiz of @NBAFoundation for a webinar that explores #disabilityjustice in the workplace. Sign up today for the live event: bit.ly/3WfL6XR
Puerto Rico is the number one place for climate disasters globally. It’s time our philanthropic response reflects that: bit.ly/3NwWbQ9 @cyndisuarez @funds4disaster
To dismantle barriers to Black women's homeownership, policymakers must recognize that housing is more than a financial investment and listen to diverse Black women’s stories & dreams about what #homeownership means to them: bit.ly/3E0acmA @hopewollensack @aisha_nyandoro
We're introducing a new series exploring the experiences of #Blackwomen, the systemic racism of the housing market, and solutions for transformation: bit.ly/3U3FEFY @InsightCCED @SpringboardToOp #housingjustice
“It can be easy to make the mistake of presenting an established plan to the community at the point where changes are no longer possible.” —Hawwa Muhammad. bit.ly/3zERBd7 @NLM_NIH @MathematicaNow #programdesign
Now through November 30, you can subscribe to both @Alliancemag and Nonprofit Quarterly magazines for just $69! Sign up today: bit.ly/3fhKdgR
How do we center racial justice in the labor movement? Join NPQ's @rithika_ram hosting members of @bcgproject on 11/16 at 4:30 EST: bit.ly/3sMQRyG
The planet faces an existential crisis. And #Indigenous people have been talking about it since the beginnings of colonial settlement around the world. NPQ’s Fall 2022 magazine seeks to uplift this crucial piece of the conversation. Subscribe today: bit.ly/3DkZTI9
Join our webinar on 11/10 as we dive into the kinds of #leadership that the field needs to advance not only #economicjustice, but liberation: bit.ly/3gZJ3qN
Deepening Organizational Equity: Disability Justice in Our Workplaces bit.ly/3FtGWWb #disabilityjustice
Clear-eyed appraisal of all possible outcomes—both good and bad—is crucial for strategic progress towards social transformation: bit.ly/3h7FcrL @Estebantitos @USFWC #economicjustice
Remaking the economy is not just about reinvention! #Indigenous communities’ ancestral practices can light the way to equitable forms of economic development: bit.ly/3sR7h99 @Kamumakaha
Advancing racial justice and #Blackowned businesses in rural America requires that business advisors directly address intergenerational trauma: bit.ly/3U1u0ez @LISC_HQ @legacyforyouth #racialjustice
As more and more cities and nonprofits implement cash-grant “guaranteed income” programs, we must keep critical program design elements in mind: bit.ly/3h82Nbx @shrivercenter @MiracleMessages #guaranteedincome
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