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Five Ways to Learn about Native American Culture in Minnesota

November is Native American Heritage Month! Now and every day, we strive to honor the important contributions that indigenous people make in our communities.

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Hubert Joly and Piyumi Saramatunga

Hubert Joly, former CEO of Best Buy, and Piyumi Saramatunga, a partner at the law firm Constangy, believe that diversity is a business imperative. These two business leaders to talk about the importance of diverse and inclusive teams, the dangers of tokenism, and the power of leading with purpose.

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2020-2021 Grantmaking Cycle

Explore Fourth Generation’s 2020-2021 grantmaking cycle, which focused on economic justice.

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Yaba Blay

Chanda speaks with author Yaba Blay about the complexities of colorism, the history of Blackness, and the politics of race and identity.

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Grants Awarded to Advance Equity

The Jay and Rose Phillips Family Foundation of Minnesota awarded $321,000 in grants to advance economic empowerment and education equity in North Minneapolis.

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First Round of Racial and Economic Justice Grants Awarded

$3,320,000 in grants were awarded to 84 local organizations that are doing innovative work to advance racial and economic justice.

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Unveiling a New Grant Opportunity

We are we are pivoting under our new Framework to offer a new annual grant opportunity: Racial and Economic Justice.

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Sharon Sayles Belton

Former Minneapolis Mayor Sharon Sayles Belton and Chanda talk about the importance of relationships in community building work and why complicated problems need complex solutions.

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Ron Heifetz

Chanda connected with Ron Heifetz, a world-renown professor, author, and authority on the topic of leadership. The two talk about the disparities and opportunities that crises reveal, and the work white people need to do in order to pursue racial justice.

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Conversations with Chanda

Conversations with Chanda unpacks complex topics that matter. Our past guests include a wide range of experts and activists who are tackling our community’s grittiest, most vexing challenges. We invite you to listen and become part of the movement for change.

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