The Quest for Equity: How far out of reach is it?

Equity means being fair and a whole lot more.  In an equitable society, people have access to the necessities of life with no obstacles based on race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion, or gender to name a few.  In an equitable society, people can go as far as their talents and abilities will allow.  It sounds quite simple.  Why isn’t this our reality?

Inclusion Resolution

Each of us must be intentional about incorporating equity and inclusion in our personal lives and in our planning and goal setting at an organizational level. What could that look like?

What Does Inclusion Mean?

Hint: You’ll have to work at it. Opening your arms is not enough.  People feel included only when you truly invite them in and make them feel welcome.

Advocate and Ally: Racial Equity Calls Philanthropy to Take a Stand

Our AFP chapter is committed to join the movement toward a just society where there is inclusion and equity. But how do we get there?