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Past Webinars

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What's Working to Build Black Wealth with Mike Shields
Place-Based Models: What’s Working to Build Black Wealth
To address the U.S. racial wealth divide, many organizations are taking a localized approach to building Black wealth. See what ...
Promoting Immigrant Health: New Survey Data and Policy Engagement
Promoting Immigrant Health: New Survey Data and Recent Policy Engagement
Maysoun Freij welcomes Drishti Pillai and Samantha Artiga of KFF, who present new findings from 2023 KFF/LA Times Survey of ...
Designing Research with Intention: Trauma-Informed, and Humanizing Strategies to Engage Youth
Designing Research with Intention: Culturally Responsive, Trauma-Informed, and Humanizing Strategies to Engage Youth
Brandi Gilbert and the Youth Leadership Practice equip foundations, nonprofits, and practitioners with the methodologies and tools they need to ...
How can you tell if your Covid-19 recovery investments drove systems change?
How can you tell if your Covid-19 recovery investments drove systems change?
At its onset, the Covid-19 pandemic caused chaos for grantmakers and service providers attempting to meet a sudden, unprecedented demand ...
Missing the "E" in DEI PT 3 Data Driven DEI Fostering long term change in systems and people
Missing “E’ In DEI Pt 3. Data-Driven DEI: How Can People and Systems Foster Equity?
Much has been written about how leaders and organizations can and should embrace DEI. But how many have embarked on this journey and come ...
Evaluating Health Equity: Your Role and Where Do You Start?
Evaluating Health Equity: Your Role and Where Do You Start?
Annapurna Gosh addresses how too often, evaluators are asked to assess the effectiveness of strategies without exploring inequities in the ...

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