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Connecting California: Solving the Digital Divide, Part Three

Thursday, November 19, 2020
9:00am - 10:30am

In August, the Michelson 20MM Foundation launched its Connecting California learning series convening the public, private and philanthropic sectors to strengthen our collective understanding of the history and root causes of the “digital divides” –– the economic and educational gaps created by inequitable access to high-speed internet, computing devices, and digital literacy resources. Connecting California features business leaders, digital equity practitioners, philanthropic investors and policymakers—all speaking to different facets of the complex landscape for building digital equity solutions at national, state and local levels. 

Join Michelson 20MM on November 19th for the next Connecting California event. “Philanthropy Post-COVID: Where Do We Go From Here?” will spotlight philanthropic leaders and the digital equity investments they’ve made pre- and post-pandemic. Hear from grantmakers, public-private liaisons, and venture investors as they share best practices, lessons learned, and how to build back better beyond COVID-19. 

 

Speakers

Adrianne B. Furniss
Executive Director, Board Member, and Trustee, Benton Institute for Broadband & Society

Adrianne B. Furniss is Executive Director, Board Member, and Trustee of the Benton Institute for Broadband & Society, a private operating foundation with offices in Evanston, Illinois. Since 1981, the Benton Institute has been committed to access, equity, and diversity to fulfill its mission: that everyone in the United States should have equal access to open, affordable, High-Performance Broadband as a means to deliver individual opportunity, strengthen communities, and ensure a thriving democracy.

Currently, Adrianne serves on the Board of Advisors for the Coalition for Local Internet Choice (CLIC) and as Secretary and Executive Committee member of the Board of Directors for PCs for People.

David Rattray
President & CEO, UNITE-LA

David Rattray is the President & CEO of UNITE-LA. Since 1998, he has led UNITE-LA in ensuring the continuous improvement of effective and aligned cradle-to-career public education and workforce development systems in Los Angeles, resulting in all children and youth having access to a high-quality education.

Previously Rattray spent more than 20 years in the foodservice distribution industry. Rattray serves on the L.A. City Workforce Development Board and Youth Council and was vice chair of the State Workforce Investment Board’s Lifelong Learning Committee. He is also the Chair of the Board of Directors for the Linked Learning Alliance. Rattray earned his M.B.A. from the University of Southern California.

Priyanka Sharma
Co-Director, Digital US World Education, Inc. 

Priyanka Sharma leads innovative projects for World Education, Inc. on college and career readiness, technology integration, digital transformation, and digital skills development. Priyanka co-leads Digital US, a national initiative with a cross-sector approach to design a learn and work ecosystem that fosters digital resilience for all learner workers in the U.S., and also directs the New England Literacy Resource Center (NELRC), leading projects that emerge from collaboration among the policy-makers, professional developers, and practitioners in the five member states. She is based in Boston, MA. 

Leon Wilson
Chief of Digital Innovation & Chief Information Officer, Cleveland Foundation

Leon Wilson has over 25 years in Information Technology, currently as the Chief of Digital Innovation & Chief Information Officer at the Cleveland Foundation. In this dual role, Leon is part of the executive committee leading the foundation’s Information & Technology Services department, focusing on strategic and transformational use of technology and data within the foundation and the philanthropic sector. Additionally, as Chief of Digital Innovation, Leon oversees the foundation’s Digital Excellence grant-making strategy geared toward “building a stronger, more equitable and inclusive digital community” tackling Cleveland’s digital divide; along with elevating Greater Cleveland’s position as a intelligent / smart city and regional technology innovation hub.

 

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Presented by Co-hosts

The Michelson 20MM Foundation


Fee
No cost to participate

Who May Attend
Current SCG, NCG, and SDG members

Registration
SCG members: Register online
NCG & SDG members: Register online
If you have additional questions regarding these sessions, please contact us at [email protected]

Accommodations for People with Disabilities
If you have a disability and require accommodation in order to fully participate in this activity, please contact our programs team at [email protected] or (213) 680-8866. You will be contacted by someone from our staff to discuss your specific needs.

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The Noticing Mind: Reaching Beyond Gratitude

Tuesday, November 10, 2020
10:00am - 11:30am

This 90-minute workshop is for leaders who want to lead with authenticity and know that practice makes progress. The Noticing Mind is a fresh way to reimagine your leadership development. The Noticing Mind begins with the practice of gratitude.

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Next Steps and Implementation: An Update on the Ad Hoc Committee on Black People Experiencing Homelessness 2018 Report

Friday, October 30, 2020
10:00am - 11:15am

Join the Funders Together to End Homelessness (FTEH) – Los Angeles network and Southern California Grantmakers for an informative presentation led by Jacqueline Waggoner, VP and Southern California Market Leader – Enterprise Community Partners, Inc.; Dr. Va Lecia Adams- Kellum, Executive Director – St. Joseph’s Center; Reba Stevens – (TITLE).

Nearly two years ago, the groundbreaking Ad Hoc Committee on Black People Experiencing Homelessness Report was released with more than 65 recommendations for the County. Waggoner, Adams-Kellum, and Stevens will share what work has taken place, the latest in next steps towards implementation, and how philanthropy may get involved to continue to advance equity and eliminate racial disparities impacting Black people experiencing homelessness across Los Angeles County.

About Funders Together to End Homelessness: FTEH is a diverse network of over 230 philanthropic organizations dedicated to preventing and ending homelessness. Because homelessness has no single cause or solution, members are engaged in many grantmaking activities, ranging from homelessness to related areas like housing, health care, education, workforce development, child welfare, domestic violence, and food security. The Los Angeles Chapter has planned an event.

 

Speakers

Jacqueline Waggoner

Enterprise Community Partners, President of Solutions

Jacqueline Waggoner is President of Solutions, for Enterprise Community Partners, Inc. She leads a team of over 300 talented Enterprisers across the country, driving Enterprise’s programmatic, policy and advisory work in alignment with our strategic priorities: Increase Housing Supply, Advance Racial Equity, and Build Upward Mobility and Resilience.

Prior to her promotion to president in October 2020, Jacqueline was vice president and Southern California market leader. She led Enterprise’s affordable housing, community development, investment and strategic programs serving the state’s Central Coast to San Diego, with particular focus to the Los Angeles region.

Jacqueline started with Enterprise in 2005. During her tenure, she has deployed capital, intellectual resources and capacity building tools to achieve Enterprise’s strategic and production goals, leading to more than $1.3 billion in Enterprise investments locally. With her experience in commercial real estate lending spanning more than 24 years, she has worked with the city of Los Angeles, banks and nonprofit developer partners to create local funds for affordable housing, advocate for low-income families and advance Enterprise’s vision of providing affordable homes in vibrant communities.

She serves vice chair on the 10-member Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA) Commission, the agency’s governing board, and was appointed by Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas. She serves as chair of LAHSA's Ad Hoc Committee on Black People Experiencing Homelessness, which produced a ground-breaking report with 67 recommendations to advance equity and eliminate disparities. Jacqueline is a board member for the Los Angeles Business Council, the California Community Reinvestment Corporation, Restore Neighborhoods LA, Inc., and the board of governors for the California Housing Consortium. Jacqueline additionally serves on the steering committees for LA Thrives, a collaborative advancing equitable transit-oriented development, LA Funders' Collaborative, a network promoting healthy, equitable and sustainable communities, and the Committee for a Greater LA, a diverse group of civic and community leaders focused on a just pandemic recovery plan.

Prior to joining Enterprise, Jacqueline was vice president of Wells Fargo’s Community Banking Real Estate Group. A Los Angeles native, she has a bachelor’s degree in sociology and a master’s degree in urban planning from UCLA.

Reba Stevens

Advocate and Person with Lived Experience

A Los Angeles native, Jacqueline has a bachelor’s degree in sociology and a master’s degree in urban planning from UCLA.

Reba Stevens is dedicated to using her real-life experience to advocate for community members who are experiencing homelessness, criminal justice involved, impacted by substance abuse as well as for residents who need or utilize mental health services in Los Angeles County.

She is powerfully committed to ensuring systems are responsive and accessible to those who need them the most.

Prior to being diagnosed with mental illness and beginning her personal road to recovery, Ms. Stevens lived on and off the streets of Los Angeles for 21 years. She recalls the many fears and trauma associated with being homeless; overwhelming, depression, stress, anxiety, feelings of shame, remorse and incomprehensible demoralization. Her understanding of the homeless, health/mental health systems in L.A. County, together with her experience and deep knowledge and empathy for those who are experiencing homelessness, deeply inform her unwavering conviction that solutions must be based on an individual’s needs and experiences. Ms. Stevens pursues these solutions relentlessly.

Dr. Va Lecia Adams Kellum

President & CEO, St. Joseph Center

Dr. Va Lecia Adams Kellum joined St. Joseph Center in 2008. During her tenure, St. Joseph Center has tripled its staff, expanded its range of services, and broadened its geographic reach to encompass all of LA County, with major service centers on the Westside, in South Los Angeles, and in Downtown LA.

Under Dr. Adams Kellum’s leadership, St. Joseph Center consistently applies best practices to serve new populations and new areas through significant collaboration with governmental, nonprofit, and private sector partners. The Center is a trailblazer in deploying integrated, multidisciplinary teams to help the most vulnerable homeless individuals obtain and maintain stable housing. Since the inception of LA County’s Coordinated Entry System, St. Joseph Center has served as the lead agency for both Individuals and Families on LA’s Westside.

Dr. Adams Kellum serves on the California Department of Housing and Community Development’s No Place Like Home Program Advisory Committee, a role she was appointed to by Governor Jerry Brown and is continuing in under Governor Gavin Newsom. She served as an appointed member on the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority Ad Hoc Committee on Black People Experiencing Homelessness, and is the former Chair of the Westside Coalition and represented the Westside on the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority Coordinating Council for many years. She currently serves on the board of directors for Tarzana Treatment Center, located in the San Fernando Valley, Abode Communities, based in Downtown LA, and Housing California, based in Sacramento.

 

Moderator

Kameron Green

Director, Professional Learning and Communities

As Director, Professional Learning and Communities, Kameron plays a significant leadership role in developing and implementing SCG’s Professional Learning strategy and programs for members. This includes managing the day-to-day operations of SCG’s Professional Development portfolio, Family Philanthropy offerings, and relationships with peer and affinity groups. Kameron is also responsible for ensuring high quality professional learning experiences are made available to enable SCG members to continually increase their knowledge, skills, competencies, career development and networks.

Kameron is a member of The Prytanean Women's Honor Society, the Alliance for Women in Media, and is a member of the Board of Directors for Central City Neighborhood Partners (CCNP), a leading non-profit organization committed to advancing systemic change to benefit low-income communities through collaborations. Kameron graduated from The University of California, Berkeley with a Bachelor's Degree in Mass Media Communications.

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Fee
No cost to participate

Who May Attend
Current SCG, NCG, and SDG members and eligible non-members

Registration
SCG members: Register online (you must log in to your SCG account to register).
NCG & SDG members: Please contact [email protected] to register.
Non-members: Register online. If you do not have an SCG account, contact us.
If you have additional questions regarding these sessions, please contact us at [email protected]

Accommodations for People with Disabilities
If you have a disability and require accommodation in order to fully participate in this activity, please contact our programs team at [email protected] or (213) 680-8866. You will be contacted by someone from our staff to discuss your specific needs.

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Re-imagine LA: Dismantling Systemic Racism by Investing in Health, Housing, and Jobs

Thursday, October 29, 2020
12:00pm - 1:30pm

In unprecedented times, we need historic measures. Measure J to Re-Imagine LA would set a national precedent, permanently investing billions of dollars directly toward the health, housing, and economic justice that our communities, particularly our communities of color, have been calling out for.  

Building off the incredible work of Black Lives Matter and Alternatives to Incarceration movements locally, cross-sector leaders in Los Angeles have come together to quickly place a charter amendment on the November 3 ballot to reallocate funding for community change and homelessness prevention. With just a simple majority vote, Measure J would permanently dedicate a minimum of 10% of unrestricted locally generated tax revenues in LA County to community services and alternatives to incarceration, creating a generational investment and beginning to realign the County’s budget to the values and priorities of its residents. Now a coalition of 100+ community organizations, justice leaders, and advocates across issue areas are coming together to pass Measure J. 

Join leaders from Re-Imagine LA and the United Way of Greater Los Angeles to learn more about the Measure J campaign, how funders in any community can engage and invest in this precedent-setting measure in LA, and you can act locally to replicate the transformational impact of Measure J in your own community, if you are outside LA County.

Participation in this program is limited to private funders.

 

Speakers

•    Chris Ko, Managing Director of Homelessness & Strategic Initiatives (United Way of Greater Los Angeles) 
•    Eunisses Hernandez, Chair (Re-Imagine LA) & Co-Executive Director (La Defensa) 
•    Tommy Newman, Treasurer (Re-Imagine LA) & Senior Director of Impact Initiatives (United Way of Greater Los Angeles) 
 

PLEASE NOTE: This program is co-hosted with Funders Together to End Homelessness. Participation in this program is limited to private funders, including foundations, United Ways, corporate giving programs, individual philanthropists, and philanthropy serving organizations (PSOs). If you have questions about your eligibility to register, please contact Stephanie Chan, Director of Membership and Programs at Funders Together to End Homelessness.  

 

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Fee
No cost to participate

Who May Attend
Private funders who are members of SCG

Registration
SCG members: Register online (you must log in to your SCG account to register).
If you have additional questions regarding these sessions, please contact us at [email protected]

Accommodations for People with Disabilities
If you have a disability and require accommodation in order to fully participate in this activity, please contact our programs team at [email protected] or (213) 680-8866. You will be contacted by someone from our staff to discuss your specific needs.

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A.P.I. V -- Tour – Leaders Who “Adapt, Persist, and Innovate” During COVID-19

Thursday, October 22, 2020
12:00pm - 1:30pm

Registration for this program has closed. Please contact Monica Banks at monica@socalgrantmakers.org if you have any questions or concerns.

Journey with us as we take our annual AAPIP-LA Van Tour on the road, virtually.  We invite you to take a lunchtime pit stop out of your day to visit with dynamic leaders of AANHPI serving organizations to share a little about their work, including how they have been able to adapt, persist, and innovate during COVID-19.  This “A.P.I. V-Tour” will explore new data from the Asian Pacific Community Fund’s API Nonprofit COVID-19 Needs Assessment, which shows how the pandemic has specifically impacted nonprofits serving AANHPI communities. 

Together we will learn about their organization’s journey in the last few months, how they see their future, and learn about funding gaps and how we as funders can make an impact and support community needs. 

Information subject to change. Event details will be emailed to registrants closer to the event. 

 

Speakers

Christine Najung Lee, MSW

Program Manager, Asian Pacific Community Fund

Christine oversees APCF’s Asian & Pacific Islander (API) nonprofit sector capacity building programs, grants management, volunteer program as well as other resource development programs. With over a decade of experience in the API nonprofit field, she has served at various Los Angeles-based organizations, including the Koreatown Youth & Community Center, Little Tokyo Service Center, Asian & Pacific Islander Older Adults Task Force, NAKASEC, and a community health clinic in Koreatown. In addition to program management experience in public health, community outreach, cultural competency, youth leadership development, and community organizing, Christine has a background in journalism, with a feature article having won the New American Award. She currently sits on the board for The K.W. Lee Center for Leadership and the Steering Committee of Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders in Philanthropy-Los Angeles (AAPIP-LA), and was formerly elected and served on the Wilshire Center-Koreatown Neighborhood Council. Christine holds a Master of Social Welfare (MSW) as well as a bachelor’s degree in English and Asian American Studies from the University of California, Los Angeles.

Cynthia Sanchez, Esq.,

Executive Director, Asian Pacific American Dispute Resolution Center

Cynthia Sanchez currently serves as Executive Director of the Asian Pacific American Dispute Resolution Center, a 30-year-old nonprofit organization that provides peacebuilding and restorative justice services and training to the underserved and underrepresented communities in Los Angeles County, including incarcerated children. Ms. Sanchez is an attorney and mediator with years of nonprofit, corporate, and government experience specializing in the areas of: conflict resolution, domestic and international copyright law and policy, enforcement, nonprofit management, technical assistance, capacity building, program development, outreach, training, and rule of law.

Susana Snigem

Executive Director, United Cambodian Community

Susana Sngiem is the first second-generation Cambodian-American woman to serve as Executive Director of the United Cambodian Community. Since assuming the role in 2015, she has expanded UCC’s impact by building economic opportunities in the Cambodian community. Her parents survived the Khmer Rouge and immigrated to Long Beach in the early 1980’s, where Susana was born and raised. She earned her master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Southern California and has over 13 years of nonprofit experience. Susana was recognized for her leadership with the CCEJ Human Relations Award in 2019 and the “Go Long Beach” Award from Mayor Robert Garcia. She currently serves as chair of the City of Long Beach Homeless Services Advisory Committee and as board member of Long Beach Community Action Partnership, Midtown Business and Property Owners Association, Long Beach First Friends Church, and Asian Pacific Islander American Professional Network. During her free time, Susana enjoys hiking with her fiancé, eating delicious food with friends, and playing hide and go seek with her nephew and nieces.

Tracy Zhao (She/They) 

Executive Director of API Equality – LA.

Tracy Zhao (pronouns: she/they) is a passionate advocate for LGBTQ communities of color. She is the Executive Director of API Equality-LA, a grassroots Asian and Pacific Islander (API) LGBTQ rights and racial justice organization in Los Angeles. Tracy has worked with many progressive coalitions and community groups in Los Angeles on issues ranging from trans and queer immigrants’ rights, decolonizing Western science, and training young API organizers in direct action organizing. Tracy is currently a board member for the Asian Pacific Policy and Planning Council (A3PCON) in Los Angeles.

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Fee
No cost to participate

Who May Attend
Current AAPIP, SCG members, and eligible non-members

Registration
Register online (you must log in to your SCG account to register).
AAPI members contact us at [email protected] to register. 
If you have additional questions regarding these sessions, please contact us at [email protected]

Accommodations for People with Disabilities
If you have a disability and require accommodation in order to fully participate in this activity, please contact our programs team at [email protected] or (213) 680-8866. You will be contacted by someone from our staff to discuss your specific needs.

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Looking to Our New Future: Funding Systems Change Effectively

Tuesday, September 29, 2020
10:30am - 12:00pm

We are living through an unprecedented, generation-defining moment, full of uncertainty. When this crisis passes — and it will — we will experience a moment of reckoning, where will confront a need to imagine a new world — one where everyone can thrive. The past few months have also underscored the failures of systems — from healthcare to social welfare to wage inequality and food insecurity — that exacerbated our current crisis. As we rebuild, we must ask ourselves how we will support those seeking to address these failures' root causes. We must look to the future and imagine a world of mutual interest and prosperity. We must not revert to a philanthropic mindset of treating symptoms. 

Join Southern California Grantmakers, San Diego Grantmakers, and Ashoka, for a conversation that builds on Ashoka's unique collaboration with The Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship, the Skoll Foundation, and other colleagues to address how we can most effectively fund systems change. Based on the interviews with more than 130 social entrepreneurs and funders; it underlines the imperative for a new culture and philanthropy practice. Read more here.

We will be joined by Shivani Garg Patel — Chief Strategy Officer at Skoll Foundation — and Peter Zahn — CEO at the Moxie Foundation during this program. Together we will grapple with the messy, the non-linear nature of systems change — and what it takes to fund it well.  

Please join this conversation and share with us: How are you working in partnership with social entrepreneurs to align funding, grant practices, and relationships to transform systems?

 

Moderator

Nichole Hoeflich

Director of Programs, Grantmakers for Effective Organizations

Nichole Hoeflich is a director of programs at Grantmakers for Effective Organizations. As part of GEO’s program team, Nichole supports content planning and development for GEO conferences, remote learning opportunities, publications and other programming.

Before joining GEO, she worked at the Center for American Progress as a Graduate Student Fellow with the K-12 Education Policy team. Prior to this, she taught high school social studies at Ivy Collegiate Academy, an international boarding school in Taichung City, Taiwan, where she also served as the dean of students and the social studies department chair.

Nichole earned her masters of science in public policy and management from Carnegie Mellon University’s Heinz College and her bachelor of arts in history and education from Clarke University.

 

Speakers

Shivani Garg Patel

Chief Strategy Officer, Skoll Foundation

Shivani Garg Patel is Chief Strategy Officer at the Skoll Foundation. She has been a social entrepreneur, investor and advisor. Earlier in her career, Shivani was a strategy consultant at McKinsey and product manager at Microsoft.

Prior to Skoll, she was Co-Founder and Managing Director of Samahope, a non-profit that invested in local medical providers who provide critical medical care to women and children in poor communities around the globe. In 2015, Samahope joined forces with CaringCrowd.org, a platform for global health funding and awareness powered by Johnson & Johnson.

Her technology-driven social innovation work has spanned the Grameen Foundation, World Bank and World Health Organization. She has a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and a B.A. in Cognitive Science from the University of California, Berkeley and an MBA from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Sloan School of Management.

 

Manmeet Mehta

Director, Program Operations and Impact, Ashoka U.S

Manmeet Mehta is the Director of Program Operations and Impact for Ashoka U.S. She has more than 15 years of experience in the corporate and social sector, working on issues of improving access to philanthropic capital, strategy consulting, strategic philanthropy, and grantmaking. She founded GlobalGiving’s online crowdfunding program, “The GlobalGiving Accelerator" in 2007. The Accelerator was the first globally accessible mechanism for social entrepreneurs and nonprofits to access funding from the $270 billion US philanthropic market. She has worked with funders like USAID, The Rockefeller Foundation, and The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation on developing a systems-driven strategy for finding and funding transformative solutions globally. She grew up living in many cities across India, holds an MBA, and a degree in Masters in International Relations and Public Policy from the Maxwell School in Syracuse, NY.

 

Peter Zahn

CEO, Moxie Foundation

Peter Zahn serves as CEO of the Moxie Foundation, bringing three decades’ experience as a leader and innovator across the public, private, and nonprofit sectors. An attorney by practice, entrepreneur by blood, and environmentalist by passion, Zahn has served in a range of capacities, including owner of a business law firm, Deputy Mayor of Solana Beach, California, founder of the U.S. Green Chamber of Commerce, and a company CEO.

Zahn cares about growing engaged and sustainable communities. He is involved both on a global scale, and in his local communities of Solana Beach and San Diego, California. He serves on Solana Beach’s Climate Action Commission; and the boards of Cleantech San Diego, the ZIP Entrepreneurship Platform at San Diego State University, City College of New York’s Zahn Innovation Center, and the clean technology Rocket Fund at California Institute of Technology (Caltech).

Zahn is forming a new philanthropic venture, Futures Unbound, which will be a successor to the Moxie Foundation.

In addition to the outdoors, Zahn enjoys craft beer brewed in Solana Beach.

Michael Zakaras

Director of Strategy & Partnerships, Ashoka U.S

Michael Zakaras is Director of Strategy & Partnerships at Ashoka U.S. He is also co-founder of Ashoka’s ‘All America’ initiative which focuses on pushing the boundaries of social entrepreneurship beyond the traditional coastal circles. Michael has previously worked for Ashoka in Ireland and Central Europe, and has participated on selection panels for social entrepreneurs across the globe, from Montreal to Warsaw to Istanbul. He has a particular interest in food and agriculture policy, criminal justice reform, and more democratic economic models, and writes regularly about these issues and more on Forbes online. He grew up in Brussels, has worked in the California wine industry, and holds a Master’s in Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government.

 

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Fee
No cost to participate

Who May Attend
Current SCG, NCG, and SDG members and eligible non-members

Registration
SCG members: Register online
NCG & SDG members: Please contact [email protected] to register.
Non-members: Register online. If you do not have an SCG account, contact us.
If you have additional questions regarding these sessions, please contact us at [email protected]

Accommodations for People with Disabilities
If you have a disability and require accommodation in order to fully participate in this activity, please contact our programs team at [email protected] or (213) 680-8866. You will be contacted by someone from our staff to discuss your specific needs.

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Unpacking Anti-Blackness in our Non-Black Families & Communities — A Three-Part Community Workshop Series

Friday, September 4, 2020 - 7:00pm to Friday, October 2, 2020 - 9:00pm

We are calling on our non-Black community members to join us over Zoom for a three-part community workshop series to deeper understand, unpack, and undo anti-Blackness in ourselves, our families, and our communities.

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