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Member Education Sessions: Moving Philanthropy Beyond Land Acknowledgements
November 22, 2022 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
On November 22, at 10:00 am (PT) / 11:00 am (MT) / 1:00 pm (ET), join our CEO Erik Stegman (Carry the Kettle First Nations – Nakoda) and VP of Tribal Nations Engagement & Special Projects, Greg Masten (Yurok), for an opening discussion about the importance of land acknowledgments. Followed by our moderator, Joel Moffett (Nez Perce), and the personal experiences of two philanthropic change makers, Shawn Escoffery and Marisol Inzunza, as they highlight how these acknowledgments should be paired with meaningful action to move philanthropy into a more equitable and effective relationship with Indigenous communities.
About the Series:
Native Americans in Philanthropy welcomes you to engage in a gathering of nonprofits, philanthropy, emerging leaders, and Native communities for discussions and collaborative action for building philanthropy rooted in Native traditions and values.
All 2022 sessions are open to the public. In 2023, Member Education Sessions will be a benefit of our NAP Memberships. For more information on NAP Memberships, please email Rod Jacobs at email@example.com.
Our curated education sessions of virtual conversations, panels, and speakers represent the diversity of Indian Country and the experiences of Indigenous Peoples in America. These sessions are designed for NAP members working in philanthropy and will focus on how philanthropy can operate differently to center Indigenous perspectives.
Through these sessions, NAP is passing the mic to individuals, Tribes, and Native nonprofits who are experts in their respective fields. This curated platform will foster an informed membership that will lead the shifting of the philanthropic sector in deeper, more impactful ways that serve the people, communities, and causes they care about.
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