Join this open, engaging discussion of “intersectional” funding that reconnects race, class AND gender.
Equity and Inclusion
Recent survey results reveal public, bipartisan support for the broad principles outlined in the GND and Millions of Jobs concepts: securing 100% clean, renewable energy by 2030; investing in communities on the frontlines of poverty and pollution; upgrading the nation’s energy grid, buildings, and transportation infrastructure. Join us for a deep dive into these fast-breaking movements and how policy leaders and organizations are collaborating to propel their work for the future.
Join GWP and previous PLACES Fellows Mac Howison (Creative Learning Program Officer with The Heinz Endowments) and Karen Abrams (Diversity & Community Affairs Manager with the Urban Redevelopment Authority) to learn more about this opportunity.
Join GWP for a conversation on increasing equity in the arts.
Program Resource for Equity, Real Costs, and Impact Webinar
The POISE Foundation recently announced the publication of their first position paper entitled, “Strengthening Black Families: A Case for Philanthropic Investment.”
On June 26th, GWP members had the opportunity to take a deeper look at the framework of this paper and discuss POISE’s rational behind their shift to a family-centered approach and the Strengthening Black Families (SBF) program strategy as a promising case example.
This is an in-depth look at disconnected youth by state, congressional district, county, gender, and by race and ethnicity.