Campaign for Equity New Orleans – June 4, 2020

This group of New Orleans based organizers is working to increase racial equity practices by providing training and on-going engagement with multi-sector leaders across New Orleans while supporting development of racial equity practices and policies in their organizations and increasing public awareness through a city-wide equity campaign. Featuring: Shawn Barney, Emily Madero, Andrea Chen, Liza Cowan, Kelli Saulny, Allen Square

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Doing our Work: White Folks Engaged in the Movement for Racial Equity – July 16, 2020

This session is a special convening of white community and institutional organizers who have taken responsibility for addressing racial equity in their lives, in their communities and in their work. They will share what it means to be white and the challenges and the rewards of taking on this work. Featuring: Tricia Frye, Suzanne Bundy, Bob Stephens, Lizzie Biddle, Dr. Jennifer Schaal, Amy Burtaine, Bay Love, Malcolm Tye Hunter, Esq, Martin Friedman, Sarah Hutchinson

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Asian-American Organizing – July 30, 2020

This episode will feature several members of the Asian Community who have been organizing in their communities to address structural and institutional racism. Guests panelists will talk about how Asians have long been used as a racial wedge between Whites and other groups of color in the U.S. Featuring: Dr. Ari Anand, UW Eau Claire, Monica Kumar, Bentonville, Arkansas, Dr. David Shih, UW Eau Claire, Reiney Lin, Redondo Beach, CA, Dr. Muktha Jost, Greensboro, NCTEXT

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Broward County, Florida – August 6, 2020

This collective of Broward County Administrators and Community Organizers will share with us how their work is leading to a system wide examination and investment in prioritizing racial equity across systems in this region of South Florida. Featuring: Corey Best, Suzanne Bundy, Yaritza Navarro

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Asheville, NC – August 27, 2020

This group of Asheville City organizers and leaders will share the years of organizing they have engaged in in an effort to address structural and institutional racism in the systems of service in Buncombe County Featuring: Ashley Cooper, Marta Alcala-Williams, Steve Cooperman, Dr. Dan Frayn, Danae Aiche

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Cleveland, Ohio – September 3, 2020

This group of Cleveland’s Community Leaders will discuss their work of organizing and supporting the development of equitable systems inside of a more equitable city. Featuring: Evelyn Burnett, Third Space Action Lab, Mordecai Cargill, Third Space Action Lab, Treye Johnson, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Linda Warren, Cleveland Neighborhood Progress was unable to attendTEXT

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Call Out Culture and Intergenerational Organzing Part I – October 8, 2020

Across the nation, many elders and millennials have found themselves at odds with each other, often standing firmly on very different sides of compelling issues affecting the Black community. Cancel culture of call-out culture describes a form of boycott in which someone is thrust out of social or professional circles – either online on social media, in the real world, or both. It has become a point of contention and a popular practice of young people and often practiced against elders and public officials they oppose. This conversation will center around a discussion of how we organize an intergenerational truce…

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Call Out Culture and Intergenerational Organzing Part II – October 15, 2020

Across the nation, many elders and millennials have found themselves at odds with each other, often standing firmly on very different sides of compelling issues affecting the Black community. Cancel culture of call-out culture describes a form of boycott in which someone is thrust out of social or professional circles – either online on social media, in the real world, or both. It has become a point of contention and a popular practice of young people and often practiced against elders and public officials they oppose. This conversation will center around a discussion of how we organize an intergenerational truce…

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