Chief Executives for Corporate Purpose (CECP), a CEO-led coalition that strives to create a better world through business, will share the results from data they collected around corporate responses to COVID-19 and Racial Equity.
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Poet Chinaka Hodge reminds philanthropy that the time is now to be the brave and committed grantmaker you have always wanted to be.
With all we’ve experienced in 2020, what will the future hold? What might be the impact of the election? What has 2020 changed, and what does 2021 hold for our work, for our communities, our state, and our future? What does it mean for health, sustainability, DEI, and other issues that have been the focus of CSR efforts?
Our panel of corporate, foundation, and community leaders will address corporate responsibility and democracy in an election year, the future of racial justice work, and explore what shape our work may take in 2021 and beyond.
A fireside chat with co-creator of #BlackLivesMatter and Founder & Principal of the Black Futures Lab, Alicia Garza and President & CEO of NCG, Dwayne Marsh. They will dive into defining the moment we find ourselves in and the critical roles companies can be playing at this time. Ms. Garza will provide insight into leading an international organizing project to end state violence and oppression against Black people and remind companies that it is not hashtags that start movements, but people.