¿y dónde está mi gente? LatinX inVISIBLE
LatinX inVISIBLE ¿y dónde está mi gente? How visible or invisible is the Latinx, Latino, Latina, Hispanic community? What brings us all together to celebrate, to mobilize, to serve?
Speakers Who Inspire, Jonathan Metzl
Physician and sociologist Jonathan Metzl has traveled across America’s heartland to better understand a great puzzle of contemporary right-wing politics: why white voters are supporting policies that put their own health at risk.
On the Ground: Youth Activism
Young people have already been thrust into the realities of adulthood, confronting the sweeping effects of a system and society built on white supremacy.
NFBPA Tampa Bay Chapter Equity in Public Leadership Summit
The “Rewriting the Rules of Engagement” Equity in Public Leadership Summit will engage and inspire those in attendance to have an impact on eliminating disparities in leadership, particularly for black women.
WORKSHOP: How to Access CARES Act Funding for Your Business or Nonprofit
Tens of millions of new federal COVID-19 relief dollars are available to qualifying nonprofits and businesses, but you must act now to apply and expend the funds by December 31, 2020.
Speakers Who Inspire, Daniel E. Dawes, J.D. Author of the Political Determinants of Health
Join us for insights from Daniel E. Dawes, J.D.; a nationally recognized healthcare leader, attorney, policy expert, administrator and author who has been at the forefront of recent major federal healthcare policy negotiations in the United States.
Art. Reality. Black Lives Matter. The Mural Artist Discussion: Advancing Race Equity through Art with Terri Lipsey Scott
How does Art serve as a catalyst for Social Change and Race Equity?
Join us for an exciting discussion with the artists of the Black Lives Matter mural located in front of the Dr. Carter G. Woodson African American Museum.
You Are Not Alone: Race, Health and Generation Next: Equitable Education for All
Join us for a discussion featuring community experts at the intersection of health, education and race equity.
Race Equity and the Economic Response to COVID-19: The State of Small Business Relief and Recovery
Natural disasters such as the COVID-19 pandemic traditionally hit communities of color hard. The reasons for this are numerous, ranging from the consequences of residential segregation, to lack of access to capital, quality health care, and absence of intergeneration wealth as a safety net.
The Equity Profile of Pinellas County: What the Data Tells us About Race Equity
Revisit the groundbreaking findings of the Equity Profile of Pinellas County. Explore significant countywide racial disparities and practical strategies for achieving equity and prosperity. Moderated by Tim Dutton, Executive Director of UNITE Pinellas.
Join our Community of Changemakers
It is through our collective actions and ideas that we will achieve race and healthy equity in Pinellas County. Keep pushing the movement forward. Connect with the Foundation to stay updated on opportunities, developments, and events around equity.