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Each election is critical, and the 2022 elections are no exception. The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, economic downturn, and racial reckoning across the United States reaffirmed the need for equitable policies and strong policymakers advocating for community-driven priorities. Over the last two years it has been increasingly difficult to get either. The democratic system of the United States is in peril. Traditional party politics has become polarized, often driven by misinformation and disinformation.
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The Arts Loan Fund (ALF) is a collaborative program of Northern California Grantmakers, a regional association of grantmakers. It provides quick-turnaround, short-term, low cost financial assistance to Bay Area arts and culture nonprofits. The ALF is not designed to replace contributed or earned income, but to help artists and arts organizations manage their cash flow needs.
Solana Rice, Michael McAfee, and Dwayne S. Marsh are diving into what shifts in governance means for philanthropy. Join us as we talk through the shifts that are needed to ensure an equitable recovery.
- Michael McAfee, President & CEO, PolicyLink
- Solana Rice, Co-Founder & Co-Executive Director, Liberation in a Generation
- Dwayne S. Marsh, President and CEO, Northern California Grantmakers