(Graphic by Sabrina Vourvoulias)
It’s that time of year when we tell you our plans for next year (which will be here before you know it).
Generocity’s editorial calendar is a reporting series with monthly themes relevant to the Philly social impact community. The idea is to give ourselves an opportunity to dive deeper into topics our community cares about (while still maintaining our regular diversity of coverage).
In 2019, those topics included: Mental health, Youth leadership, The ‘burbs, Media literacy, The digital divide, Immigrant leaders, The workplace, Racial equity (one of our faves, as you can tell from the graphic that accompanies this article), Adult education, Generocity’s 10th anniversary, Social justice and the arts, and coming in December, Founders
This year, in addition to big-picture topics and sector-focused themes, we’re adding a reskilling subtopic relevant to the main topic during selected months. The reskilling content will be presented in interactive forms including storymaps, timelines, audiograms, presentation decks and more.
So, here it is — our editorial calendar for 2020:
From our Partners
- JANUARY — Disrupters and instigators (plus, Reskilling: Building trust with communities)
- FEBRUARY — Leaders of Color
- MARCH — Women in Leadership
- APRIL — Reparations and decolonization philanthropy (plus, Reskilling: Practice equity, rinse, repeat)
- MAY —Career advancement (plus, Reskilling: Striking a work/life balance, aka, how to avoid burnout)
- JUNE — LGBTQ+ Leaders
- JULY —Impact grantmaking (plus, Reskilling: Data-driven decision-making)
- AUGUST — Black Philanthropists
- SEPTEMBER — Accessibility (plus, Reskilling: Grantwriting 101, 201 & 301)
- OCTOBER — Civic Engagement (plus, Reskilling: Micro-learning opportunities)
- NOVEMBER —Leadership (plus, Reskilling: Succession planning)
- DECEMBER —Giving Circles and Community Microfinance (plus, Reskilling: Let’s talk money: advocating for ourselves)
As always, if you have an idea for a story, think there is some analysis we should undertake, or know someone working in one of these spaces who deserves some attention, drop us a line at email@example.com.-30-
From our Partners
Report: Race, housing insecurity, and COVID-19 are connected
Opinion: We could have ended family detention in PA in 2016. Why is it allowed to continue?
How Black cartographers put racism on the map of America
Inscripción Doble en Congreso: Lo que trae el futuro
If accessibility seems an unsolvable riddle, the Penn Museum offers an answer
This Philly symposium was born from the rich intellectual tradition — and the erasure — of Afro-Latinxs
What did ‘A Better Chicago’ do for poverty that could work in Philadelphia?
Dual Enrollment at Congreso: Where does it go from here?
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