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GRANTS THAT CHAMPION THE NEEDS OF WOMEN

The WCA Foundation recently awarded $670,080 in grants to 26 organizations that provide direct services to women addressing economic stability, education, shelter, safety, and health.

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A Signature Fund Fuels Efforts to End Domestic Violence

A grant from the WCA Foundation honors the creativity and responsiveness of Esperanza United.

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Ensuring Women Survive and Thrive

The WCA Foundation awarded grants to 18 organizations focused on meeting the fundamental needs of women through economic stability, education, shelter, safety, and health programs and initiatives.

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An Investment in Healing and Self-Care for Local Educators

See how the Phillips Foundation worked with a Northside Black-owned wellness company called Zen Bin to offer restorative yoga, massages, and healing touch therapy to educators and school staff.

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Tish Jones

Tish Jones is a poet, narrative strategist, educator, and the Founder & Executive Director of TruArtSpeaks. Chanda and Tish discuss the connection between art and healing, the relational work within the education system, and why there’s hope for our new generation of creators.

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Women Fueling Change

The WCA Foundation awarded $432,500 in grants to 17 organizations focused on meeting the fundamental needs of women through economic stability, education, shelter, safety and health programs and initiatives.

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Linda Villarosa

Linda Villarosa is a New York Times contributor, professor, and author of "Under the Skin." In this episode, Chanda and Linda discuss the structural changes needed in our healthcare system, how the pandemic affected mental health, and the toll of micro and macro aggressions.

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Under the Skin

Linda Villarosa was recently a guest on our podcast Conversations with Chanda. Linda's new book Under the Skin: The Hidden Toll of Racism on American Lives and on the Health of our Nation tells the story of racial health disparities in America, revealing the toll racism takes on individuals and the health of our nation.

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I’m Not Broken

Jesse Leon was recently a guest on our podcast, Conversations with Chanda, where he spoke about his new memoir "I'm Not Broken." Jesse tells an extraordinary story of resilience and survival.

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Conversations with Chanda

Conversations with Chanda unpacks complex topics that matter. Our past guests have experienced wrongful incarceration, lived through the murder of loved ones at the hands of police, and are striving to reform the criminal justice system. We invite you to listen to these real-life perspectives, expand your own knowledge, and become part of the movement for change.

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