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Periodic musings by our members on what racial equity means for them

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Juneteenth Resources

As we learn together, consider these resources to learn more about Juneteenth, its historical significance and why it's still important tod Resources About the History of Juneteenth: The History of Juneteenth - History.com Celebrating Juneteenth with the National Museum of African American...

06/7/2021

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Accelerating Anti-Racism Resources

Together SC's library of resources is designed to help nonprofit leaders establish and champion race and social equity, diversity, equity, and inclusion (RDEI), and accelerate anti-racism within their organizations and beyond. 

06/7/2021

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Quinn Hayes Helps Us Honor George Floyd

Together SC shares Quinn Hayes words with you today to honor George Floyd’s sacrifice, to honor the work our country and many of you have done this past year, and, most importantly, to inspire us all to do more. 

05/25/2021

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What I learned from Bill Barnet

Kathryn Harvey shares her reactions to Bill Barnet's Removing Our Blinders.

04/13/2021

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Nimble and Ready to Serve - Mary Thomas

Mary Thomas of Spartanburg County Foundation shares their response to the duel pandemics

03/12/2021

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From Awareness to Allyship - Milliken leaders tackle unconscious bias

Milliken leaders share DEI efforts to uncover and address unconscious bias

03/2/2021

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A Journey Worth Taking - Ericka Wooten

Ericka Wooten Director of DEI, Sisters of Charity Foundation of SC The definition of journey is to travel from one place to another. The Sisters of Charity Foundation sees our work around the values of diversity, equity, and inclusion ("DEI") as a journey. That is exactly what the Foundation...

03/2/2021

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Removing Our Blinders - monthly calls

Monthly zoom conversations to engage Together SC allies wishing to expand their understanding of and commitment to racial equity. Each session will be led by a white leader who will facilitate a discussion about a book, video, article or personal experience that has impacted his or her...

03/1/2021

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Being “nice” could never right such wrongs - Ann Warner

Ann Warner of WREN shares her thoughts in advance of leading a Together SC Removing Our Blinders call on March 4, 2021

03/1/2021

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Embracing Our Shared Responsibility Toward Change

Sisters of Charity Foundation of SC research brief: South Carolina: Structural Factors Associated with Poverty  detailing the many systemic barriers to those experiencing poverty, done in partnership with the Rural & Minority Health Research Center at the University of SC

02/15/2021

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Looking in My Mirror - Tom Keith

Tom Keith of Sisters of Charity Foundation shares his personal story as part of Together SC's Removing Our Blinders series.

02/13/2021

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Finding Gratitude in Being Valued and Heard

I still can't really believe how this year has gone. I have found myself struggling and missing friends, family and my life before COVID.I struggle because I know that there are so many people whose lives have been completely upended as they've lost loved ones and jobs.It is so easy to get caught...

11/23/2020

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