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Honoring Black History

CNPE

In the spirit of learning, appreciation, and celebration, we are sharing the links below that provide a diversity of local and national perspectives on Black history. I encourage you to explore these resources and share them freely.

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The Nonprofit Coach: What Coaches Do and Other Frequently Asked Questions?

Prosper Strategies

You’re managing a team that leans on you for leadership across things like strategy, culture, diversity, equity and inclusion, and mission advancement. They say it is lonely at the top, and there’s perhaps no one who understands this more clearly than a nonprofit leader.

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Creative Wildfire: Art for the Frontlines

NonProfit Quarterly

The retreats found their home at the Occidental Arts and Ecology Center , an 80-acre ecological reserve in Sonoma County, CA, where retreat participants could learn about ecology, the climate crisis, and biological and cultural diversity—and have the space to brainstorm ways to use their art for a better future.

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Building Community through Holistic Strategy: A Story from a Seattle Immigrant Suburb

NonProfit Quarterly

The organization was formed a little over 20 years ago, in February 2002, when resident leaders came together to support their unique and culturally diverse neighborhood: White Center , WA. The White Center Community Development Association (White Center CDA), where I work, is deeply engaged in this community building work.

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Building Tenant Power for the Long Haul: A Story from Long Beach, California

NonProfit Quarterly

Long Beach is among the nation’s most ethnically diverse cities. Despite being home to many culturally diverse neighborhoods, the city remains deeply segregated, a lasting effect from decades of redlining. Nearly three-quarters of city residents are people of color, with the Latinx population growing the fastest.

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BEYOND CUTE: Why Nonprofits Should Try Emoji In Their Digital Marketing

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

They can be culturally diverse, with different skin tones, hair colors (and no hair) and genders. You still need to be relevant to your audience, and your audience has to understand what the emoji means. Emoji can be emotional, or simply informational. Spend some time researching options.

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Introducing: Cause Camp 2019 Speaker Lineup

NonProfit Hub

“ The (Not So) Secret Ingredient to a Healthy Culture: Diversity and Inclusion as Your Organization’s ‘Special Sauce’ “ Kishshana Palmer is your go-to advisor as you think of growing your organization, taking the next step as a professional or finding causes that align with your personal brand.