This Week with Change - November 22, 2019

Our weekly digest of client news and events.

This Thanksgiving, we are looking forward to added time with friends, family and community, a bit of rest and lots of food. Happy Thanksgiving from Change Consulting, we hope you’ll join us in giving thanks for what you are most grateful for this season! 


Client News:



This week, Thousand Currents released their annual report celebrating the accomplishments of grassroots groups and movements. Check it out online at thousandcurrents.org.



“This is a very direct, strategic path to win electoral votes. There's never been a national focus on turning out women of color like this, and certainly not one that starts 12 months out." She the People Founder Aimee Allison for NBC on the organization’s national voter mobilization effort focused exclusively on women of color. Learn more and join the movement at www.shethepeople.org


What we are reading:

“Funders ought to use our access and relationships within philanthropy to open more minds” and make sure that, in year end giving campaigns, and especially leading into 2020, they are funding the people “overrepresented in success at social change — women of color who lead grass-roots nonprofits.” Vanessa Daniel on why philanthropy shuts women of color out of funding for the New York Times. 


ICYMI: 

With 2020 nearly upon us, we are looking back at a report released last year by AAPI Civic Engagement with election eve polling data from the 2018 midterms that shows the power of people of color to influence election outcomes in communities across the U.S. through unprecedented levels of civic engagement and voter mobilization. HuffPost


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