This year, we are focusing on understanding how intersecting policies, practices, systems and conditions lead to inequitable outcomes, especially for people of color, low-income residents, and immigrants and refugees, who persistently face inequities in key areas, such as education, income and health as well as the justice system.
What changes can philanthropy make to disrupt unhealthy systems, and how can the sector work to advance equity and reduce disparities by addressing racism, class and gender bias?
A detailed schedule is below. You will be asked to choose your ticket type (All Day or Afternoon Only) on the registration details page. If you choose All Day, you will be prompted to select a Break Out session. Feel free to share with friends.
Thursday, November 8
9:00 AM to 3:30 PM
Where155 Mercer Street
Seattle, WA 98109