Investing Where We Live: The Bold Collaboration to Rebuild BIPOC Communities - National Association of Black Journalists-Chicago Chapter
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Investing Where We Live: The Bold Collaboration to Rebuild BIPOC Communities

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Investing Where We Live: The Bold Collaboration to Rebuild BIPOC Communities

April 22 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

NABJ-CHICAGO PRESENTS

Investing Where We Live: “The Bold Collaboration to Rebuild BIPOC Communities”

THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 2021

6:00 PM – 7:30 PM CST VIA ZOOM

Open to All Members!
Zoom link will be sent to registrants

*1ST 50 MEMBERS WHO RSVP AND ATTEND WILL RECEIVE FREE $20 DOORDASH GIFT CARD ON NIGHT OF THE EVENT!

To RSVP email rsvp@nabjchicago.org.

 

About “Investing Where We Live”

 

NABJ-CHICAGO is privileged to be selected to frame this citywide discussion on how the devastating impact of COVID-19 in Black and Latinx communities has highlighted inequitable policies and historic divestment on Chicago’s South and West sides. While the vaccine will help contain the virus, collective and rapid action will be required to rectify history rather than repeat it. That’s where the “Mapping COVID-19 Recovery” project, a series of maps illustrating where public, private and philanthropic sector investments are going in BIPOC communities, comes in.

Among early findings: The year before the pandemic, foundations funded more Downtown Chicago organizations than communities predominantly Black, Indigenous and People of Color. More dollars have flowed to those communities and to BIPOC-led organizations since the pandemic. In this groundbreaking collaborative, philanthropic stakeholders and researchers from 25 Chicago civic organizations have come together to share data about shifting their investments in response to the pandemic and examining what more can be done.

 

Details

Date:
April 22
Time:
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm