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“You can state your purpose, but it’s revealed by the actions you take, the decisions you make, the way that you are.” – Judy Samuelson, The Aspen Institute
“Equity has to be the centerpiece of the work we all do in the philanthropic sector. We have to remember to be community-centric and then optimize taking risk to be true social innovators.” – Dr. Stephanie Royal, Robin Hood Foundation
“Whether it’s through a formalized institution, informal volunteering, peaceful marching or protesting, or other forms of activism, [volunteering] is a form of civic engagement where we as individuals can exercise our democracy.” – Jerome Tennille, Marriott International, Architecting Social Justice
The Latest Episode
S3E24: Teresa Pelletier, Fidelity Investments & Wendy Matheny, Ichor Strategies35 min listen
[Fidelity is] making incredible strides and building transformational relationships at every level. They’re seeing social and financial returns on their [racial equity] investment that will certainly make an impact in how communities and customers and stakeholders see their business.
S3E23: Grace Bonney, Collective Wisdom & Design*Sponge33 min listen
Broadening the circle of people that you listen to and pay attention to – in particular, people who are part of communities that have been marginalized by mainstream society – you learn different values systems and structures… The more that…
S3E22: Dan Noyes, Tech Goes Home37 min listen
The digital divide, number one, is clearly a racial justice issue… Racism and structural racism play a huge part in why the digital divide exists.