1. Webinar Recap: Police Accountability and Racial Justice: Sustaining a Movement

    Wednesday, February 18, 2015 EPIP Webinar | Police Accountability and Racial Justice: Sustaining a Movement  Police Accountability and Racial Justice: Sustaining a Movement The tragedies of Eric Garner, Mike Brown, John Crawford, Jessie Hernandez and others have ignited a national movement around police reform and racial justice. How can grassroots groups...

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  2. New Resource Guide From EPIP LA

    There are so many great resources for the nonprofit and philanthropic sectors–from publications and research centers to academic and professional development opportunities. EPIP LA is happy to share this new, easy-to-use resource guide to help emerging foundation professionals be more effective in their work and more connected to the field....

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  3. Accessing Member Benefits

    Our Member Connect portal is experiencing technical difficulties. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. For accessing member benefits, codes and instructions, including the Eventbrite promotional code for webinars, please contact marie@epip.org. EPIP dues-paying members enjoy the following benefits: EPIP Webinars Benefit: Free access to EPIP Wednesday Webinars...

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  4. Webinar recap – Strengthening the Field of Black Male Achievement: Strategies for Success

    February 4, 2015 EPIP Webinar | Strengthening the Field of Black Male Achievement: Strategies for Success In the wake of Ferguson, Eric Garner, and the burgeoning #blacklivesmatter movement, the campaign to improve black male achievement has become more urgent than ever. During this webinar, we were joined by policy and communications experts...

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  5. EPIP in NOLA Call for Sessions!

    EPIP in NOLA has three program tracks that encourage a broad range of topics and emphasize the learning goals of EPIP members. Priority will be given to proposals that speak to our focus on social justice, build valuable professional skills, encourage interactivity and highlight innovative problem-solving. Program Tracks Track 1: Place-Based...

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  6. MLK Day, Chautauqua, EPIP & #BlackLivesMatter (Creating a Space for a Critical Conversation)

    This guest post was authored by Rahsaan Harris, the President & CEO of The Emma Bowen Foundation For Minority Interests in Media. Dr. Harris most recently served as EPIP’s second Executive Director from 2012-2014.    Don’t give up I refuse to accept the view that mankind is so tragically bound...

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