Listen: Hear from Leading Experts

Listen to past conversations with leading social justice experts and community leaders on a diverse set of topics. Each discussion also includes strategies for taking action and resources for deeper learning.

Moving Forward: Taking Action on Race and Equity

The first conversation of our Listen. Learn. Act to End Racism initiative, in partnership with Morehouse College, featured a dialogue about current manifestations and the impact of systemic racism, and actions that individuals and organizations can take to dismantle it.

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Racial Equity: Moving Companies from Promise to Action

On Dec. 1-2, 2020, the Association of Corporate Citizenship Professionals, Chief Executives for Corporate Purpose, Council on Foundations and Points of Light hosted a private virtual event for their membership of corporate social responsibility leaders. This important event provided a platform for engaging with a diversity of perspectives and insights from thought leaders and experts representing business, nonprofits and philanthropy to help companies continue to advance their thinking and their actions around racial equity both internally and externally.

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Racial Healing: Understanding Racial Identity, Systemic Racism, and How to Become a Racial Ally

Education is a key step in the fight to end racism. On Jan. 12, 2021, Anneliese A. Singh, Ph.D., LPC, author, professor and Associate Provost for Diversity and Faculty Development at Tulane University, helped raise our race-consciousness by challenging stereotypes, reframing the history of racism and its impact on our lives, and share why healing from racism is an integral part of dismantling it, along with speaker Doug Osborne, M.A. Health Educator, Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium and President of the Sitka Cycling Club and moderator Jennifer Nash, Vice President, Corporate Solutions and Capacity Building, Points of Light. Attendees learned strategies for self-reflection, how oppression happens and the steps to becoming a racial ally.

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