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Occupational Segregation and Wealth Stripping – Two Sides of the Same Coin - Shared screen with gallery view
Beth, Asset Funders Network
19:34
Speaker Bios:https://assetfunders.org/wp-content/uploads/Speaker-BIOS_-Occupational-Segregation-and-Wealth-Stripping.pdf
Beth, Asset Funders Network
26:07
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Crystabel Procopio-Garcia
27:02
Thank you!
Mona Masri (She/her)
45:36
Here is the Insight’s most recent report. https://insightcced.org/still-running-up-the-down-escalator/
Beth, Asset Funders Network
46:57
These are some resources and reports that lift up the issue of occupational segregation: The Insight Center report called Mississippi is America:https://insightcced.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/INSIGHT_Mississippi-Is-America-brief_3.pdf
Beth, Asset Funders Network
47:19
This is the Policy Link + ReWork the Bay report https://reworkthebay.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/Advancing-Workforce-Equity-in-the-Bay-Area_FINAL_0.pdf
Mona Masri (She/her)
50:19
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Beth, Asset Funders Network
51:36
Rebecca Dixon for the Federal Reserve: https://www.minneapolisfed.org/~/media/assets/events/2020/racism-and-the-economy-focus-on-employment/racism-and-the-economy-employment-proposal-dixon.pdf?la=en
Beth, Asset Funders Network
52:46
10:45 still
Mona Masri (She/her)
55:05
https://insightcced.org/centering-blackness-framework/
Mona Masri (She/her)
55:20
Here is the framework Anne just mentioned - Centering Blackness
Mona Masri (She/her)
57:49
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Lena Robinson
58:21
This is a powerful conversation because of the information being shared but it is also so disheartening to hear again and again about the burden of racism and how it impacts Black well being starting with the fundamentals of just earning a living.
Mona Masri (She/her)
58:46
@Lena — 100%!
Jhumpa Bhattacharya
59:29
Speak on it Zoe!
Lauren Asher
01:00:27
Really appreciate the pushback on investments focused on changing individual behavior rather than structural change.
Flora Barron
01:00:36
It does feel as if it's insurmountable-when you're in the choir or an ally already-it's hard to identify specific actions we can take to effect change at a structural level. And funders look for measurable outcomes-and often short-term....or immediate. Which is why CBO's work at an individual level.
Mona Masri (She/her)
01:03:21
The report to which Rebeca is referring https://reworkthebay.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/Advancing-Workforce-Equity-in-the-Bay-Area_FINAL_0.pdf
Lauren Asher
01:03:23
Essential to support individuals in navigating an unfair structure while also working to change that structure. And for foundations to recognize their capacity and obligation to support advocacy.
Lena Robinson
01:04:47
This should be a TED Talk.
Beth, Asset Funders Network
01:05:15
The resources listed above as well as the webinar recording will be included in an email sent after the webinar.
Stephanie Stephanie Lopez
01:05:54
Thank you very much, Beth!
Zoe Polk
01:07:15
I was so honored to join Rebecca Dixon to discuss black leadership and revisit the commitments of Juneteenth 2020. You can find it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dJihwTZRXqw
Rebeca Rangel
01:10:09
Please feel to reach out to me directly at: rrangel@yhsodafoundation.org
Padmini Parthasarathy
01:10:20
Going back to Anne's comments about fines and fees and financial justice, there is a new case study out on the SF Financial Justice Project: https://catalog.results4america.org/program/fines-and-fees-reform/fines-and-fees-reform-san-francisco-ca
Mona Masri (She/her)
01:15:07
The meeting is being recorded and will be sent out with all of the resources to attendees.
Lauren Asher
01:16:55
another resource: https://inequality.stanford.edu/sites/default/files/Pathways_SOTU_2019_OccupSegregation.pdf