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Creative Equity Research Partners have been featured in numerous articles, websites, podcasts and radio broadcasts. You can find links to those below.
A model for diversity, belonging, equity and justice leadership!
Anh Thang Dao-Shah, Ph.D., Executive Director of Belonging and Equity at John Muir Health, joins Yo to continue the discussion of belonging introduced in Episode 17. She is a recognized expert having been in several leadership positions to initiate equity programs throughout the San Francisco Bay Area.
Mapping Small Arts and Culture Organizations of Color in Oakland
"A benchmark project that will encourage funders to adopt intentional investment strategies to support the long-term stability of this sector."
Berkeley’s affordable housing talks will include plans to retain artists, ‘cultural workers’
"Berkeley’s ongoing discussion to create 9,000 homes over the next decade will include plans to accommodate artists with affordable housing that meets their needs, including flexible live-work spaces throughout the city."
SF Arts Commission First City Department to Adopt Formal Racial Equity Policy
"Following a unanimous vote by its board Monday afternoon, the San Francisco Arts Commission (SFAC) has become the first city department to officially adopt a racial equity statement and plan."
SF Arts Commission to adopt plan to address racial inequity
"The San Francisco Arts Commission will vote Monday on a racial equity statement that would commit the agency to addressing inequality as part of a citywide effort to eliminate disparities for people of color."
People Behind the Movement: Anh Thang Dao-Shah
"Who are the people leading the movement for racial equity in government? We have interviewed practitioners across the country who are working to advance more racially equitable governance in their own communities."