Justice Funding Lunch Discussion
Advancing racial equity and supporting marginalized communities require intentional power shifting and the redistribution of wealth. Join the Rising Leaders for a lunchtime discussion about strategies Maryland funders can use to promote systems of liberation in our communities.
Participants are welcome to read the entire Justice Funders blog series however, this discussion will center on the following readings:
- Invitation to Liberate Philanthropy: Kodomo no tame ni (for the sake of our children) by Dana Kawaoka-Chen (6-minute read)
- Can Money Be Medicine? by Edgar Villanueva (7-minute read)
- Fund Black-led Social Change, NOW! by Janis Rosheuvel and Sophie Robinson (7-minute read)
- From Grantmaker to Financial Activist by Jennifer Astone (5-minute read)
- Philanthropy Will Not Save Us by Rodney Foxworth (6-minute read)
- Free Your Mind . . . And the Rest Will Follow by Dana Kawaoka-Chen (8-minute read)
Rising Leaders are Maryland Philanthropy Network members that identify as new to philanthropy, new to their philanthropic role, or looking for professional development, peer engagement, or mentoring and are encouraged to join this discussion.
Our facilitator will be:
- Deb Seltzer, Program Director, Maryland Legal Services Corporation
This program is for Maryland Philanthropy Network members and invited guests only. Lunch will be served.