Join us for a Covid-19 Funders Briefing on Vaccine Distribution, co-hosted by Southern California Grantmakers and Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy. Our guest speakers will be:
- Moderator: Rosemary Veniegas, Senior Program Officer, Health, California Community Foundation
- Dr. Oliver Brooks, Chief Medical Officer, Watts Healthcare & Co-Chair, California Covid-19 Drafting Guidelines Workgroup
- Isabel Becerra, CEO, Coalition of Orange County Community Health Centers
- Aquilina Soriano Versoza, Executive Director, Pilipino Workers Center
California has recently accelerated its vaccine distribution plan. While the vaccine rollout is in full swing, new challenges and inequities have surfaced in its community outreach, engagement, and the vaccine process. How should philanthropy use its collective power to respond to this crisis and provide support to public and community partners? What can we expect in 2021 as communities of color continue to face disproportionate health disparities and economic consequences? We invite you to join this briefing to hear from leading experts on what you and your foundations can do during this critical stage in our history to control the COVID-19 pandemic.
EPIP Bay Area is excited to continue its partnership with The Libra Foundation to co-host programming to highlight and connect leaders in philanthropy with emerging leaders from the EPIP network, specifically on racial equity and social justice.
Join EPIP Bay Area on March 2nd for the first conversation in the 2021 series -- an intimate moderated conversation with a thought-provoking conversation with Marguerite Casey Foundation’s Vice President of Programs, Jonathan-Jayes Green and Dr. Carmen Rojas, President and CEO. This will be an exciting opportunity to learn from a philanthropic leader's experience and journey!
Both fierce advocates for visionary, grassroots movements for justice, the pair will chat and answer questions from the EPIP community of philanthropic practitioners hungry to transform philanthropy and strengthen racial equity in our field.
Advanced RSVP is required. A Zoom link will be sent after registration through the follow-up email.
Join the Minnesota chapter of EPIP for our final installment of our Pay Equity series! In this interactive session, we'll be discussing a case study of pay equity within philanthropy.
EPIPhany Hour makes a virtual visit to the Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA) in Long Beach. We will take a guided tour of MOLAA's exhibition OaxaCalifornia then have some time for discussion, reflection, and mingling.
EPIP Colorado is excited to offer this virtual workshop in our Equity 2.0 Series to deepen our learning and skills to advance inclusion and social justice in our professional and personal lives.
Microaggressions - What are they? What is their connection to colonial and patriarchal hierarchies and present-day systems of oppression? How might we respond to them as people who are targeted? As bystanders? What is the differential and cumulative impact of these daily slights on people with intersecting marginalized identities versus those with dominant identities? Led by Jamie Morgan of Morgan & Rushton Consulting, this 3-hour interactive conversation will explore these questions and more. Participants will have the opportunity to dig into relevant concepts and frameworks and explore the historical roots of microaggressions and other forms of interpersonal and systemic oppression. The session will end with small groups unpacking real life case studies in order to brainstorm ideas for interrupting microaggressions and modeling anti-oppressive and justice oriented behaviors.
Space is limited, register here. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the event.