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Changes in Philanthropy - Speaker view
Events Nationswell
13:25
Hi everyone! Ellie here from NatioSwell!
francesmcginley
13:28
Hi from Los Angeles
Elyssa dole
13:43
Please feel free to introduce yourself in the chat box (to All Panelists and Attendees) and add any questions you have for the panelists in the Q&A box throughout the discussion, and we will get to some of those towards the end of the event.
Arti Varanasi
14:01
Greetings Everyone! Arti Varanasi from Advancing Synergy in Maryland.
Holly Carter
14:02
Hello all! Holly Carter/BYkids from NYC.
Julia Bator
14:31
Julia Bator from NYC
Babita Patel
14:42
Babita Patel from NYC
Events Nationswell
15:05
Please intro to “All Panelists & Attendees” !
Gerson Martinez
15:21
Hi everyone—Gerson Martinez from Talbot Mentors in Maryland.
Gregg Betheil - PENCIL.org
15:21
Greetings everyone! Gregg Betheil from PENCIL.org in NYC.
Beth Churchill
15:27
Hello! Beth Churchill from American Family Insurance Office of Community and Social Impact. Calling in from beautiful Madison, WI.
Lisa Keitges
15:28
Hello everyone! Lisa Keitges from NYC and really looking forward to this conversation.
Maria Bridge
15:47
Hello! Maria Bridge from Understood.org from NY
Emily O'Connor
15:55
Emily O'Connor from Bridgewater Associates. I'm located in Boston.
Rich Leimsider
16:31
Rich Leimsider in New York
Radhika Nayar
17:08
Hello, Radhika Nayar from Arabella Advisors, so looking forward to this discussion!
Elyssa dole
21:23
how do you all define philanthropy? Have you reconsidered your definition as you work in the space?
Vilas Dhar
23:20
Hi everyone! Vilas Dhar from the Patrick J. McGovern Foundation in Boston here!
Toya
25:24
HI! Toya Williford from Mayor's Fund to Advance NYC. Let's dig deep today and push ourselves to have real talk about HOW, WHY and WHERE we allocate dollars and energy.
Elyssa dole
27:38
thank all:)
John Brothers
29:01
One of the areas where we have spent a lot of time is around trust-based philanthropy - some great local and national examples where trust-based is permeating inside philanthropic practice and also creating community-led change, where philanthropy is being led by voices from our communities.
Sarah Koch
29:26
Hello all! Sarah Koch, philanthropy consultant currently helping to set up a funders network around entrepreneurship. Based in Alexandria, VA (does that mean anything anymore?). Looking forward to talking about how we start to identify ALL the power dynamics at play in philanthropy and how we begin to dismantle them, both internally and externally.
Events Nationswell
31:37
We will work on that Yvonne!!
John Brothers
31:40
Last post from me but great tool from Associated Black Charities that outlines trust-based and aligns it to a racial equity framework: https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5728e34fd51cd4809e7aefe0/t/5ef0f1155598594c56072744/1592848662496/10+Essential+Questions+Philanthropy+8pg_v2.pdf
Elyssa dole
32:33
thanks John - we love the posting! We are collecting to share back!
Elyssa dole
35:03
https://thewhitmaninstitute.org/our-spend-out/
Elyssa dole
35:38
https://www.synergos.org/network/bio/peggy-dulany
Gregg Betheil - PENCIL.org
36:14
Thank you for the framing Funmilayo. The idea of philanthropy based on systems of colonization is rooted in the language we use to describe philanthropy--sometimes stated as "learn, earn and return" or simply "giving back". You can only return or give back that which has been taken.
Toya
36:18
truth - power is three fold
Elyssa dole
36:22
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B078GL796R/ref=dp-kindle-redirect?_encoding=UTF8&btkr=1
Elyssa dole
36:43
(above Bell Hooks book All About Love:)
Gregg Betheil - PENCIL.org
39:10
Same is true in engineering and science. Henry Petroski's Success through Failure https://www.amazon.com/Success-through-Failure-Paradox-Design/dp/0691136424
Elyssa dole
39:20
thanks Gregg
Elyssa dole
42:13
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Sarah Koch
43:05
Love that, Yvonne! How can we claim to be anti-racist if we don’t integrate it across all programs and internal processes?
Beth Churchill
50:19
Thank you for the creation of a Donor Advised Fund. Would love to see that model grow.
Toya
01:15:04
missed the name of the book Yvonne just referenced. please share
Toya
01:15:36
thanks much!
Sarah Koch
01:15:43
http://www.resourcesharingproject.org/sites/resourcesharingproject.org/files/DismantalingRacismforSocialChangeGroups.pdf
Toya
01:16:11
amazing conversation. thanks so much for sharing your time and knowledge.
Arti Varanasi
01:21:05
Thank you for an amazing, thought-provoking conversation. Appreciate all the insights and sharing. Love the story - Funmilayo - no more hiding in the soup! Love and joy.
Maria Bridge
01:21:08
Thank you so much all, feeling refreshed.
Sarah Koch
01:21:23
Thank you all for your thoughtful and powerful work in this space and for spending your time with us today!
Gerson Martinez
01:21:40
Thank you Funmilayo, Regan, and Yvonne!
Yvonne Moore
01:21:54
Thank you all for doing us!!!
Gregg Betheil - PENCIL.org
01:22:01
^
Yvonne Moore
01:22:02
joining us!
Beth Churchill
01:22:02
Thank you for a great conversation and inspiring action. Thank you all!