For society to advance the cause of gender equity, intersectional feminism must become part of the mainstream narrative and mindset. Philanthropy is our opportunity to be change agents, so that this statistic increases: Only 1.6% of philanthropic dollars go toward women and girls, according to the “The Women and Girls Index: Measuring Giving to Women and Girls” from the IUPUI Women’s Philanthropy Institute." Read the full article here: https://www.exponentphilanthropy.org/blog/integrating-feminism-into-philanthropy/?utm_source=All+Contacts&utm_campaign=38a49e0537-2-20-20-member-update_COPY_01&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_17bc8fddf8-38a49e0537-116275557
On June 2nd, Nicole was interviewed by the Stanford Center for Human Rights on the impact of COVID-19 on the safety and socioeconomic health of womxn in the US, including its effect on the prevalence of relationship abuse. Check out the podcast episode here: https://shows.acast.com/the-rights-pod/episodes/womxn-and-covid-19.
Check out our presentation, Nuance of Words: Re-Framing Language to Increase Advocacy: https://vimeo.com/441476271! The resources referenced can be found here: baskinfoundation.org/nuance-of-words-re-framing-language-to-increase-advocacy/.
Jack Baskin, an entrepreneur and major philanthropic supporter of UC Santa Cruz and the Santa Cruz community, died at his home in Carmel on January 12. He was 100. Baskin was an active supporter of engineering and other programs at UC Santa Cruz over several decades, providing advice to faculty and campus leaders as [...]