Black Alliance for Just Immigration
Ending Anti-Black Racism in LA: A New Report and Action Plan from the Committee for Greater L.A.
The Weingart Foundation is proud to be a member of the Committee for Greater L.A., a group of civic leaders that organized at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic to ensure the recovery efforts prioritize LA County’s most marginalized communities.
The Committee’s Black Experience Action Team last week released its The Path to Justice Runs Through Equity: Ending Anti-Black Racism in Los Angeles report, a call to action for all with specific recommendations for addressing institutional racism.
Joanna Jackson, Vice President of Programs at the Weingart Foundation, serves on the Black Experience Action Team and has this to say about the report.
Paying Nonprofits Fairly—Q&A with Dr. Va Lecia Adams Kellum, Black Equity Initiative of the Inland Empire—Nonprofit Spotlight and Investing in Latinx and Diverse Tech Entrepreneurs
Message From Miguel A. Santana, President & C.E.O.: Reflection, Announcing the 2021 John W. Mack Movement Building Fellows, Los Angeles Must Commit to an Equitable Recovery and Private Equity Impact Investing for Supportive Housing
Expanding Vaccinations in Impacted Communities of Color, Empowering Pacific Islander Communities – Nonprofit Spotlight & Staff Leadership
Message from Fred Ali, President & C.E.O.: With Gratitude and Thoughts for the Future & Q&A with Two John W. Mack Movement Building Fellows
A Conversation with Fred Ali and Miguel A. Santana, the Weingart Foundation’s Incoming President and C.E.O.