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09 Nov 2021
Areas of Focus
November 9, 2021 - 9:30am to November 16, 2021 - 12:00pm
About the Series Anti-Black racism and white supremacy are embedded in philanthropy and in our institutions, often invisible to the majority of us, even as we work with intention towards equity and justice. As change agents within philanthropy, we...
NCG member The California Endowment has welcomed Janine Saunders, EdD, MPH as it's Director of Learning and Evaluation. Welcome to the NCG community, Janine!
Philanthropy veteran Crispin Delgado is set to take the reins leading NCG’s public policy efforts. Crispin arrives with a vision for advancing equity and social justice through an exciting policy agenda.
Tamir Novotny will begin November 16th in EPIP's New York offices. Read our snapshot of the announcement.
13 May 2021
Areas of Focus
May 13, 2021 -
12:30pm to 1:45pm
In the wake of COVID-19 and a long-overdue national reckoning on racism, the call for all sectors to address structural racism has rarely been stronger. Corporate leaders from around the country made commitments in response to the increased demand...
16 Apr 2015
April 16, 2015 -
10:00am to 12:00pm
Northern California Grantmakers
What does Health Equity mean for you? Join the Bay Area Health Funders for a peer learning program and discussion on Heath Equity - what it means and how funders can adopt evidence based strategies that support solutions.
05 Nov 2019
Areas of Focus
November 5, 2019 -
8:30am to 4:00pm
The California Endowment
Join us as we explore new and emerging practices, share the latest research, and examine the challenges, opportunities, and ideas to build a more inclusive and equitable Bay Area. With the rising national tide of hate, racism and xenophobia it is...
Amidst the daily stream of challenging news and events, this month’s list of social justice articles will provide glimpses of change, hope, and understanding. We also have a bonus article/trailer about a docuseries to spark dialogue and action.
In the March edition of What We’re Reading , we’re breaking the rules by centering under-represented communities all year long. While Black History Month has ended and Women’s History month has begun, we believe the work of equity and social justice...
More than ever, the focus on equity and social justice is needed during this time. April finds us physically distancing ourselves and for some communities the challenges are not new, just exacerbated with life-and-death consequences. The articles...
As the pandemic illuminates the structural cracks in our system, the spring month of May brings about renewal and growth—we hope this collection of articles does just that for you. This month's collection aims to increase understanding and bring...
September finds us heading into fall and the back-to-school season. We strive to practice a beginner’s mindset in our equity and social justice work, applying an attitude of openness, eagerness, and lack of preconceptions. In that spirit, we’ve...
The beginning of a new year gives us a moment to think about the importance of 2020. As the census count and presidential election approach, we envision what it takes to create a decade centering equity and social justice. In this spirit, we offer...
The past, the present, and the future come to mind with this month’s articles that address the on-going fight for equal rights, the progress and the loss of rights, the gendered impact of the recession, and concrete actions to take to radically...
It certainly does feel like summer in the Bay Area these days. These articles reflect some hot topics in the social justice field. Let’s learn from these untold stories that provide a mirror and window connecting the past to current-day realities.
March is about “springing forward” and with the daylight savings time, we’ll have more light to read articles that help us understand and interrogate systems that keep people from educational materials, financial capital, and basic care and support...
This month we’re thinking about freedom — what it means and how it manifests differently for people due to systemic racism. The articles this month address systems of oppression and highlight how intersectional analyses and coalitions help in the...
A new season is upon us and September has us witnessing grief, diving deep on the connection of law enforcement and white supremacy, and envisioning life where all of one’s identities are affirmed and celebrated. Take a bit of time to reflect on...