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A Conversation About How White Leaders Can Advance Racial Equity


Monday, July 20, 2020
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM (EDT)
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EVENT IS FULL!!

The murder of George Floyd initiated an unprecedented number of multiracial, multi-ethnic protests in the United States and across the globe. Black Lives Matters has become the clarion call for institutional change. We have seen an outpouring of companies, nonprofits and businesses release declarative statements about their commitment to fighting against racism and oppression.  But what’s next? How do whites engage with this new movement and be an active part of the solution to dismantling racism and not a part of the problem? What do we mean by the word ally? Who is an ally to whom?

Join us for a special event with space created for white leaders to explore these questions and more through a conversation led by the Racial Equity Institute and Together SC.  We will break into small groups to allow for deeper, more intimate dialogue among participants.

A Conversation About How White Leaders Can Advance Racial Equity: The Roles and Responsibilities of Whites to Dismantle Racism and White Supremacy

Monday, July 20

1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.

EVENT IS FULL!!

Guest Speakers/Facilitators:

LaVanda Brown.

Executive Director, YWCA Greater Charleston

Madeleine McGee

Madeleine McGee,

President & CEO, Together SC

Suzanne Plihcik,  

Co-Founder, Racial Equity Institute

 

This call is ONLY for South Carolina leaders who meet at least one of the following requirements:

  • White leaders who have personally engaged in social justice work and training such as the Racial Equity Institute (REI);
  • White leaders of organizations /programs whose mission or purpose is to bring about social justice and equity;
  • White leaders of organizations/programs whose primary beneficiaries are individuals or groups from black and brown communities;
  • Grassroots organizers, activists and faith leaders who represent or serve black and brown communities

Attendees (161)

Amanda Cote

Director of Operations

Charleston Parks Conservancy

Amy Breault

Executive Director

Horry County First Steps

Amy Splittgerber

Executive Director

Healthy Learners

Angel Johnson-Brebner

Executive Vice President

Coastal Community Foundation of SC

Anita Case

Executive Director

Affinity Health Center

Ann Warner

CEO

Women's Rights and Empowerment Network

Anna Lewin

Chief Executive Officer

SC Community Loan Fund

Benjamin Bullock

Vice President & COO

Together SC

Craig Currey

Chief Executive Officer

Midlands Housing Alliance/Transitions

David Burden

Director of Nonprofit Recruiting

The Newell Group

David Laird

Serve & Connect

David Platts

South Carolina Arts Commission

Debbie Nelson

President and Founder

DNA Creative Communications

Debbie Rice

Wells Fargo

Debbie Robertson

Chief Partnership Officer

South Carolina First Steps

Donna Waites

Vice President of Programs

Sisters of Charity Foundation of SC

Edie Blakeslee

Vice President, Grantmaking & Community Leadership

Coastal Community Foundation of SC

Emily Hoisington

Founder & Executive Director

Charleston Hope

Emily Miller

Executive Director

Children's Advocacy Center of Spartanburg, Cherokee and Union Counties

Forrest Alton

President

1000 Feathers

Heather Witt

Vice President of Community Impact

United Way of the Piedmont

Jacquie Atkins

Executive Director

Life Resources

Jamee Haley

Lowcountry Local First

Jamie Moon

President

Institute for Child Success

Jannie Harriot

Executive Director

SC African American Heritage Foundation

Jennet Robinson Alterman

President and CEO

J. Robinson Alterman LLC

Jesse Blom

Executive Director

The Green Heart Project

Kabrina Bass

Executive Director

Midlands Mediation Center

Kaky Grant - 1

Principal

Grant Philanthropic Advisors

Karen Oliver

ECAC Program Manager

United Way of the Midlands

Katelyn Brewer

President and CEO

Darkness to Light

Katherine Swartz Hilton, M.A.

Founder + Principal

Coax Strategies, LLC

Katie Zimmerman

Executive Director

Charleston Moves

Lana Kleiman

Executive Director

Charleston Legal Access

Larry Hembree Hembree

Executive DIrector

Columbia Children's Theatre

Lauren Gellatly

Interim Executive Director

Lowcountry Local First

Lauren Herterich

Executive Director

Kids On-Point

Leslie Wade

Community Programs Director

Charleston Parks Conservancy

Lizzie Bebber

Executive Director

United Ministries

Marti Colucci

Managing Director

Leeza's Care Connection

Melissa Strompolis

Children's Trust of SC

Molly Talbot-Metz

President

Mary Black Foundation

Phillip Clark

Associate Director

Just Say Something

Phyllis Martin

Executive Director

Tri-County Cradle to Career Collaborative

Rachael Fulmer

SC Business Developer

Lutheran Services Carolinas

Regina Eargle

Program Coordinator

Newberry County First Steps

Sam Clements

Doors To Dream

Sarah Covington-Kolb

Maternal and Child Health Director

March of Dimes of South Carolina

Summer Tebalt

Director

AccessHealth Spartanburg

Tammie Hoy-Hawkins

President & CEO

CommunityWorks Carolina

Tim Veeck

Executive Director/CEO

Habitat for Humanity of York County

Yarley Steedly

Government Relations Director

American Heart Association

Yolanda Anderson

Development/Donor Manager

Midlands Mediation Center

108 Other Registered Attendees
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Co-Presented by:

     

      Racial Equity Institute

Tri County Cradle to Career