Leveraging Data to Advance Equity - Shared screen with speaker view
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Good afternoon from Heart of Missouri United Way in Columbia, MO
Hello from Brown County United Way in Green Bay, WI!
Thanks for joining us everyone!
Another good afternoon to everyone from Heart of Missouri United Way in Columbia, MO!
Greetings from United Way of Southwestern PA in Pittsburgh! Happy to be here this afternoon!
I am new in this position (director of community impact - UW of Northeast Mississippi). This is the first webinar of the series I have been exposed to. Will I be able to view the previous webinars?
UW Greater Richmond & Petersburg happy to share the afternoon with you all.
Greetings from United Way of Central Indiana. Happy to be here and learn with you all.
@Rebecca, yes you can view recording s hear on UWO https://online.unitedway.org/groups/advancing-equitable-change-webinar-series
Thank you for offering this important webinar - and greetings from Alison Anthony, Tulsa Area United Way. Send good thoughts to our community as we prepare for the 100 year commemoration of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre later this month. As you can imagine, there are some bent on undermining a peaceful recognition and more positive path forward. tulsa2021.org
Good morning from Rural Whitman County Washington!!
I love FrameWorks and am so psyched to see UWW working with them!
Please share your ideas here:
I would compare these percentages with the overall population percentages
don’t forget to switch to panelists/attendees, not just panelists, so we can all see!
School choice versus community based school attendance.
Lack of affordable Child care
Childcare access is a big one
implicit/explicit bias in hiring practices
Barriers to higher education (cost, transportation, disinvestment in K-12)
would be good to show data tracking over each of these 4 years
Prejudice in hiring practices
I would be curious to see if these rates have changed over time in the same rate across groups.
I start with... The data represents barriers and lack of opportunity for Black people in our community. and then we discuss what those barriers might be, including attitudes of people (black people don't want to work here, what would be think if we hired black people into management, etc.)
Please share your examples with all panelists and attendees. Thank you!
That mind-map tool and look is excellent - thanks!
I would love to see an example of a chart or visualization that exemplifies the structural story telling discussed in this presentation.
Thanks Joanna! This was so helpful and great new tools.
disaggregated in outcomes or outputs?
Some of our partners are also collecting sexual orientation or gender identity of participants
Age is the "other" one for us
We also track age.
We also collect age and sexual orientation and gender identity
We also collect children in household
We also look for gaps in what we are funding and how our funding aligns with the communities we serve
Currently doing work around child care so county, town, city level ALICE parameters
Joanna Shoffner Scott
@Tim The three sources for a backmap are lived experience, practitioner experience and (race-informed) research.
Thanks Shawna - will ask Mary to respond
How are you funding the Community Data Center? Such a great resource and idea!
We are largely funded by philanthropy, including generous support from United Way.
Sure thing Amy - thanks for joining us!
The Cut Curb Effect is a pretty compelling article to convey how equity ultimately benefits everyone in society/community: https://ssir.org/articles/entry/the_curb_cut_effect
Joanna Shoffner Scott
Love that approach!
we use the curb cut effect article for onboarding volunteers
I love the incorporation of community voice.
Link to UWSELA's Blueprint for Prosperity: https://www.unitedwaysela.org/blueprint
The Toyota 9 <3, such a great cohort that ignited much of our equity work today
Ayelola, may you please reshare the link for the focused on messaging and awareness webinar
Hi all, we are going to extend this webinar by 15 minutes and end at 2:45 to ensure that Michael has a chance to share with you how they are using disaggregated data to shape their resource investment (allocations process)
We will provide a link of the webinar recording to all participants.
Thank you, Myeta.
Thanks Frank - will ask Mary to respond.
Elkin - you can access all the pre-recorded webinars, including the webinar on Awareness Building and Messaging, here on UWO: https://online.unitedway.org/groups/advancing-equitable-change-webinar-series
All - we are capturing and will also respond (in our follow up) to any questions in the Q & A that we were not able to address in chat or via presentations.
This session was so good we should have planned for two full hours!
Would love to see that- thank you!!
Looks like it might be two hours Geniro!
Excellent session. Thank you for sharing your expertise.
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@Nancy Later today when it becomes available from Zoom. I'll be sure to send an email out!
Thanks to all the presenters!
Thank you this excellent session! Great presenters.