A DISCUSSION ON RACIAL EQUITY IN HOMELESSNESS & HOUSING
Are communities of color disproportionately impacted by poverty and homelessness? How are organizations like Friendship Shelter tackling this challenge in south Orange County, and does the local data reflect the same issues we see nationally?
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Friendship Shelter Executive Director Dawn Price will discuss these questions and many more with Amanda Andere, CEO of Funders Together to End Homelessness. Amanda has worked in the nonprofit and public sectors for the past 15 years, committed to racial and housing justice through advocacy for systemic change, and we look forward to a robust conversation among these leaders.
WE WELCOME AMANDA ANDERE, CEO OF FUNDERS TOGETHER TO END HOMELESSNESS
Prior to joining Funders Together to End Homelessness, Amanda Misiko Andere served as the CEO of Wider Opportunities for Women, a national advocacy organization. Currently, she serves as a board member of the United Philanthropy Forum and Equity in the Center. Amanda is a founding member and on the leadership team for the National Racial Equity Working Group on Homelessness and housing. She also serves on the Leadership Council for the DC Partnership to End Homelessness. As a former Co-Chair of A Way Home America, Amanda is a co-conspirator in their work to end youth and young adult homelessness rooted in racial equity.
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Thanks to our generous sponsor Providence Mission Hospital, tickets are free but registration is required. Once you register, we'll send details on how to join the Zoom event on Thursday, May 20 at 4:00 PM.