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Silence and Summer, by Danielle Oristian YorkType: 21/64 Post
“Do not be afraid to disappear, from it, from us, for a while and see what comes to you in the silence.” – Michaela Coel These words from actress, writer, director, and producer Michaela Coel showed up in my inbox a number of weeks back in a newsletter. Reading them casually as I scanned the…
Commemorating Juneteenth Resources, by Jumi Falusi SamenType: 21/64 Post
21/64 is commemorating Juneteenth. Juneteenth represents the day when enslaved Africans were legally freed in the United States on June 19, 1865 and shows us that freedom and racial equality have always been a hard-fought battle for Black Americans – a battle that continues to this day. As an organization that espouses aligning values with…
Goodbye for Now, by Barbara Taylor RaichstainType: 21/64 Post
Anyone who has been to a 21/64 training will probably remember the drawing of a venn diagram with SELF written in one circle and ROLE in the other. Our self and the role we play professionally are entwined, and it’s in the overlap where the magic happens. When we consciously choose the elements of ourselves…
Next Gen Donor Learning: Lessons for Effective Programs from Houston and the FieldType: 21/64 Post
Together with the Dorothy A. Johnson Center on Philanthropy and the Greater Houston Community Foundation, 21/64 is excited to share this report on next gen donor programs – Next Gen Donor Learnings: Lessons for Effective Programs from Houston and the Field.