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Inland California Economic Development
What We Mean by CARE in a Year of Cascading Crises: Part 3
Breakout Session | Self-Reflection and Reckoning: Exploring What’s Required to Repair Systemic Harm
The past several years’ intersecting large-scale crises and continued racialized police-involved murders have headlined the question: What is our shared responsibility for dismantling white supremacy, transforming racial inequities, and establishing the conditions for a just and equitable future? More specifically, how might philanthropy hasten an end to anti-Black racism?
NCG Expands Efforts to Secure an Equitable Climate-Resilient California
Strengthening Democracy: Oakland's Win and Looking Ahead
Breakout Session: What is the Future of Our Climate?
Philanthropy is at an inflection point. Communities across Northern California are already feeling the effects of catastrophic wildfires, drought followed by excessive rainfall and flooding, and extreme heat during an increasingly warmer summer season. Historic and current systems of oppression, including environmental racism, land theft and redlining have resulted in the disproportionate burden of these climate impacts on communities of color and rural regions.