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Caldera Magazine wants to be a local antidote to ‘white-washed’ art spaces purpose

Jun. 19, 2018 7:18 am

Caldera Magazine wants to be a local antidote to ‘white-washed’ art spaces

Curator and editor Zoe Rayn "founded Caldera out of frustration" with limited visibility for people of color and LGBTQ folks in the arts industry.
Power Moves: Maternity Care Coalition picked its new CEO from within people

Jun. 13, 2018 12:40 pm

Power Moves: Maternity Care Coalition picked its new CEO from within

Plus, Chad Dion Lassiter is now ED of the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission, Steve Maluk is leaving Neighborhood Bike Works and six more leadership changes in Philly social impact.
Womanist Working Collective’s LaTierra Piphus on navigating systems in order to dismantle them method

Jun. 11, 2018 12:47 pm

Womanist Working Collective’s LaTierra Piphus on navigating systems in order to dismantle them

The organization's time banking project allows members to exchange time spent on services provided, rather than money. Call it radical liberation through cooperation.
Why the Philadelphia Dyke March has staying power purpose

Jun. 7, 2018 12:40 pm

Why the Philadelphia Dyke March has staying power

The 20th annual event is part protest, part rally for LGBTQ-identified folks (and its organizers do NOT get a permit to march the streets).
Power Moves: Riverfront North Partnership’s new captain is Stephanie Phillips people

May 30, 2018 8:30 am

Power Moves: Riverfront North Partnership’s new captain is Stephanie Phillips

Plus, Kevin Dow is Friends of the Rail Park's first conductor, Geneva Global picked its new CEO from an international aid org, four local urbanists were just named Emerging City Champions and eight more leadership changes in Philly social impact.
Motivos mag’s Jenée Chizick-Agüero on making space for Latinx youth people

May 24, 2018 7:35 am

Motivos mag’s Jenée Chizick-Agüero on making space for Latinx youth

We spoke to the founder about why she started the magazine, what it means for underrepresented youth to be “seen” and how to navigate the challenges of Spanish-to-English translation.
Stoneleigh Fellow Kee Tobar’s work in LGBTQ youth homelessness is personal people

May 23, 2018 12:47 pm

Stoneleigh Fellow Kee Tobar’s work in LGBTQ youth homelessness is personal

"I do this work simply to see mirrors of myself, in the queer and poor youth that I serve, not only survive but also thrive," said the attorney, who's spending the 2017-2019 fellowship cycle at Community Legal Services' Youth Justice Project.
Power Moves: Ajeenah Amir is now director of the Mayor’s Office of Public Engagement people

May 8, 2018 12:18 pm

Power Moves: Ajeenah Amir is now director of the Mayor’s Office of Public Engagement

Plus, Children's Scholarship Fund Philadelphia picked its Ina Lipman replacement, the local United Way added some diversity to its executive team and 10 more leadership changes in Philly social impact.
On empathy, ethics and company responsibility in the age of polarization method

May 7, 2018 1:27 pm

On empathy, ethics and company responsibility in the age of polarization

Pros from Translator, SAP North America and Think Company instructed on how to have the hard — but important — work conversations at Introduced by Technical.ly.
Black women in tech: Competitive survival lies in the business of Earth maintenance method

May 4, 2018 11:27 am

Black women in tech: Competitive survival lies in the business of Earth maintenance

A cognitive psychologist and and startup founder dished on Black women's future in tech for good at a #PTW18 panel.

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