Understanding the Intersections of Social Justice and Philanthropy
This workshop examines how social justice and philanthropy intersect, and how to practice social justice philanthropy in the youth development and education space. We will explore concepts of systemic oppression, power and privilege as a way to understand the role of philanthropy and grantmakers in addressing issues of systemic inequality. Participants will:
- Explore the historical context of structural racism and inequality in the United States.
- Grapple with the connection between philanthropic tradition and the distribution of wealth, power, and privilege over time.
- Understand what social justice philanthropy is and how it can be applied to their own work/lives.
This learning module includes:
- 30-minute planning session with leaders via videoconference
- Customized curriculum designed based on your needs
- Full day, interactive workshop
- 1-hour follow-up call to discuss learnings and progress toward action steps
Audience: Staff teams at youth-serving foundations and corporate social responsibility teams
Want a customized version of this learning module? We can also offer this topic in 2-, 3-, and 4-hour versions. Just contact us!
*Pricing is for NYC, Long Island, and Westchester. If outside of this metro area, additional travel fees may apply.
Delivered by Changemaker Bari Katz