Our weekly digest of client news and events.
We are so excited to be a part of #HeretoLeadCA, a storytelling initiative launched this week by California Funders for Boys and Men of Color. Here to Lead is the first storytelling initiative of its kind to celebrate the leadership, power and voice of multigenerational, Asian American and Pacific Islander, African American, Latinx and Native American boys and men of color. Inclusive of transgender, gender nonconforming and LGTQIA+ stories, this effort aims to showcase how those closest to the challenges are best equipped to create real and lasting change. Learn more at Heretoleadca.org or follow along on social media @HeretoLeadCA on Twitter and Facebook, @heretolead_ca on Instagram.
Earlier this week, She the People brought together women of color leaders in Nevada for a roundtable discussion about the state of play in this key state. With 22% of women of color voters still undecided, the Nevada Caucuses are make or break. Thanks to the organizers who joined for your critical work in this crucial fight in for our 2020 strategy.
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We are looking for photographers and videographers to collaborate with in the coming year! Are you, or do you know any POC/WOC, Native or Black photographers? Reach out at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On Monday, March 9, Sister Warriors Freedom Coalition is launching their 10-year campaign for the freedom and liberation of all women, girls, trans and GNC people of color on International Women’s Day at the California State Capitol. Are you #ReadyforFreedom2030? Learn more about the campaign and register to join: www.youngwomenfree.org/freedom-2030-campaign-launch/