In organizing, we know that power equals organized people and organized money, so getting comfortable with fundraising has been an important to my work.
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Throughout my life, I’ve belonged to many organizations and clubs—from soccer teams to school clubs, trade associations, and national advocacy organizations. These experiences have provided lessons around how “membership” can be completely different depending on the group context, norms, policies, and practices.
Last month, at Center for Health Progress’s annual fundraising luncheon, HEALTHtalks, I found myself surrounded by leaders who dared to be hopeful in spite of it all.
The increased diversity in Colorado brings both opportunities and challenges for health care providers, health systems, policymakers, and community-based organizations to create and deliver culturally-responsive care.
If there is one thing I’ve learned about how our country got to this place, it is that the silence of those who are unaffected by injustice creates the shadows in which hate flourishes.