Arizona Grantmakers Forum as continued The Values Series, a sequence of programs and workshops designed to inform and inspire you to approach your work in new ways. Our values—Integrity, Collaboration, Community Stewardship, Diversity & Inclusion and Transformation—are central to our educational programming as we pursue our mission to empower our members to transform Arizona through leadership and meaningful philanthropy.
The third program in this series, created in partnership with Arizona State University’s Center for the Study of Race and Democracy, explored the value of Diversity & Inclusion in an effort to better understand why social disparities and attitudes exist. Members heard from ASU Professor Bryan Brayboy, who explored structural and institutionalized racism from the historical perspective to its daily impact on Arizona and American society. In facilitated group activities, members engaged with peers to foster critical thinking, increase awareness and encourage solution-oriented change for socially disparate communities.
About the Facilitator
View Dr. Brayboy’s presentation slides here.
Registration was required. This program was only open to AGF members.
Special thanks to ASU’s Center for the Study of Race and Democracy for partnering with us to create this program.