National Human Services Assembly

Leading with Equity in a Time of Transition

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Leading with Equity in a Time of Transition

Last month’s 57th anniversary of Dr. King’s “I Have a Dream” speech, once again, reminded all of us to re-examine our work and the path forward. The words still resonate today and compel us to commit to renewed calls for justice and to fulfilling the work which remains undone. As the Board of the National […]

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Leading with Equity – Sector Leadership Spot

By Adolph P. Falcón, National Alliance for Hispanic Health Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, Carlos Ingram-Lopez. Killed by police and Floyd and Ingram-Lopez, in their last minutes of life calling out to breathe and then Floyd for his mother and Ingram-Lopez… “Nana, ayúdame.” While media has focused on the fury that followed, I’ve heard something else. […]

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From Personal to Professional: Taking on the Challenges of Our Society – Sector Leadership Spot

By Lupi Quinteros-Grady, President & CEO of Latin American Youth Center I migrated from El Salvador in the 1980’s and quickly started to learn about the racial divide among blacks and whites that existed in America. I was in high school when Rodney King was violently beaten by LAPD police due to a speeding violation […]

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What We Are Learning About the Nonprofit Racial Leadership Gap – Sector Leadership Spot

By Frances Kunreuther, Building Movement Project The Building Movement Project (BMP) is a national research, resource, and training organization that pushes and challenges nonprofit organizations to integrate social justice principles into their work. We do this by working on various projects across our three focus areas: movement building, service and social change, and leadership. Last […]

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Highlights from Essential Conversations on Human Services 2019

On June 11, we came together as a human service community to have essential conversations at our 2019 Annual Convening. We learned from each other and challenged ourselves to address some of the principal issues that face us today. We know that these conversations are critical building blocks to the actions we take to ensure […]

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