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We honor he traditional village sites of the Multnomah, Wasco (Wass-co), Cowlitz (Cow-litz), Kathlamet (Cath-la-mitt), Clackamas, Bands of Chinook (Cha-nook), Tualatin Kalapuya (Cal-ya-poo-ya), Molalla, and many other tribes who made their homes along the Columbia and Willamette Rivers.
Joining from Multnomah and Cowlitz lands.
Happy to be here and tuning in from Chitimacha Nation (New Orleans), honoring the 'Place of Many Tongues'.
This is all extremely exciting work! I thought this may be of interest to the group and hopefully additive to the conversation – an upcoming report on wealth and power building in community investments by having voice and governance reside with community members. It discusses some 16 initiatives around the country that are advancing new models for grassroots community governance: http://transformfinance.org/capital-and-equitable-communities
We’ll share out the recording
Thank you Carolina - we’ll keep in touch on this
Here is the draft document that expands on the responsibilities.
I love the inclusion of social capital in what funders can bring to the table
Verna L. Hamilton
Thank you so much for this discussion.