WE ARE LISTENING & LEARNING TOGETHER

Community Foundations have a rich history of community leadership: their work has long-centered on raising awareness and fostering community dialogue, identifying and engaging donors, and helping to set the agenda for community stability and well-being. Through this leadership, we are asking our community to join us in the learning and discussion around racial disparities and social equity issues.


WOKE RESOURCES: DIVERSE & INCLUSIVE


ADDRESSING RACE EQUITY

There is growing recognition in Palm Beach County of the importance of exposure through specific workshops as they provide foundational knowledge and shared experience to move forward in common purpose. The trainings are outlined below as well as several organizing efforts.

Trainings & Workshops

PALM BEACH COUNTY ORGANIZING

Learn more about the efforts of local organizations below.

PB County Organizing

GET INVOLVED!

For consultations, technical assistance, and inquiries, the following groups and local experts can guide individuals and organizations on ways to address race equity. 

Barbara Cheives

Barbara Cheives
REI trainer, co-facilitator for OAR:
barbara@convergeandassociates.com
561.351.6864

Marsha Guthrie

Marsha Guthrie
contact for Birth to 22:
Marsha.Guthrie@cscpbc.org
561.374.7556

James Green

James Green
contact for GARE membership:
jgreen1@pbcgov.org
561.355.4702

Lauren Zuchman

Lauren Zuchman
co-facilitator for OAR:
lzuchman@bewellpbc.org
561.757.8990


SHARING YOUR VIEWS 

The Ford Foundation: Democracy is a threat to white supremacy—and that is the cause of America’s crisis


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BOOKS, PODCASTS & RESOURCES FOR ALL AGES!

Did you know babies notice differences like skin color, eye shape and hair texture? Below are resources to help you address conversations about race, racism, diversity and inclusion, even with very young children.

ANTI-RACISM BOOKS FOR KIDS

ADVANCING RACIAL EQUITY & EQUALITY

Initiating an open and unfiltered dialogue about racism can be challenging, and we want to help. We are compiling Community Foundation articles and outside resources to help start discussions. We are listening and learning together.

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Blog, Events, In The News, News and Articles, Publications and Resources, Racial Equity Hub | January 25, 2021

Announcing Our New President & CEO

Community Foundation proudly announces Danita D. Nias as its new President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO). A visionary thought leader with more than 20 years of experience in fundraising, strategic planning and institutional leadership in higher education, she succeeds Brad Hurlburt, who is retiring after seven years with the Foundation.

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Racial Equity Hub | January 25, 2021

What Causes Health Disparities?

COVID-19 shed even more light on this nation's overwhelming health disparities. Taking a more in-depth look, this article will look at various ways to impact long-term change positively.

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Racial Equity Hub | January 19, 2021

Race and Place Matter to Your Health

People have different experiences and outcomes based on their racial identities and where they live, work, and receive an education. Interestingly enough, many Americans know and even acknowledge these divides. Let's look at a few.

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In The News, News and Articles, Racial Equity Hub | December 31, 2020

Best Wishes for 2021 from Our President

In this New Year, we have great hopes -- vaccines to end the COVID-19 pandemic, strategies to create more equitable communities, and an optimistic future that promises to unify our nation.

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Racial Equity Hub | December 28, 2020

How Racial and Social Inequalities Impact Black Communities

People have different experiences and outcomes based on their racial identities. Interestingly enough, many Americans know and even acknowledge these divides. And even though we may be making strides in some small areas, large inequalities persist.

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Abby Axelrod-Wunderman

Director of Charitable Giving
561-340-4512
aaxelrod-wunderman@cfpbmc.org

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Daryl Houston

Senior Community Impact Officer
561-340-4509

dhouston@cfpbmc.org

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January Reissman

Vice President for Community Impact
561-340-4511

jreissman@cfpbmc.org

City's racial and ethnic equality task force members revealed

West Palm Beach Mayor Keith James revealed the names of those who will be a part of the city's new Racial and Ethnic Equality Task Force. The Community Foundation for Palm Beach and Martin Counties is humbled and honored CEO Brad Hurlburt and Board Chair Julie Fisher Cummings have been named task force members.