Facing Race Together

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

Advocacy Covid-19 Response Facing Race Together Learning Member News Together SC

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...

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In the time since the 2020 SC Nonprofit Summit, "Facing Race Together", Together SC's own Board of Directors took stock of their policies and...

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Together SC has begun a journey of Facing Race Together. A part of that "facing" includes taking decisive action. On a daily basis Black people...

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A leading South Carolina DE&I consultant shares his reactions to the White House's September Executive Order restricting DEI work.

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I’m a military brat. I went to eight different schools in nine years and lived mostly in military housing as a child. This gave me a...

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Over the years, I have discovered certain truths about people and leadership.One of the most valuable lessons I learned came from an eighth-grade...

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I am fascinated with how the brain works. Hearing research on brain development, how adverse childhood experiences impact that development, and most...

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Since the murder of George Floyd, the Charleston community has seen weeks of multi-racial protests, removal of the Calhoun statue from Marion Square...

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Recognizing the Covid-19 pandemic’s disproportionate impact on minority communities and our current awakening around the issues of racial and...

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A monthly zoom conversation to engage Together SC allies who would like to expand their understanding of racial equity. Each session will be led by...

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We should all be afforded opportunity. Thankfully, during my twenty plus years in the nonprofit arena I have had many, including the opportunity to...

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Hello Allies. As many of you know, on May 18th, when I was set to host a Together SC call with Congressman Cunningham to discuss South...

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