The people in our communities are moved to move...
Live streamed from The Third Place Gallery at the site of the George Floyd memorial in Minneapolis, and HWMR in Camedentown, Minneapolis. These provocative conversations include artists, business and community members who talk about what it will take to move from talk to action to dismantle disparities and advance equity in our country and communities.
Guest contributors include Adel El-Huni (moderator), Keno Evol, Adja Gildersleve, Philomena Satre, and Harry Waters, Jr.
Guest contributors include Shá Cage (moderator), E.G. Bailey, Heidi Batz Rogers, Sharon Sayles Belton, Maija Garcia, and Merritt Rodriguez.
Guest contributors include Signe Harriday (moderator), D.A. Bullock, Dan Collison, Andrea Jenkins, Naomi Ko, and Mark Ritchie.
Guests include Ron Richard, Peyton Russell, Houston White, Kjirsten Mickesh and Bill McKinney.
INclusion ACTION Collective is pleased to be engaged for a 5th year to curate the largest reputable DEI conference in the world, The Forum on Workplace Inclusion. The 2021 conference - Workplace Revolution: From Talk to Collective Action - will be held virtually March 8-12, 2021.
A highlight from the 2020 Forum was an Innovation Sprint with Helen Yin and Victor Li of Onova in Toronto, Canada. INclusion ACTION and Onova are exploring how leaders and organizations understand the best approach to Innovation centers diversity in order to achieve the most dynamic results.
INclusion ACTION is proud to sponsor THE MACBETH PROJECT, a podcast presented by Rough Magic Performance Company (RMPC).
RMPC delivers a new spin on Shakespeare’s classic tale of ambition and loss with an all-female podcast production. Intermingling Shakespeare’s text with that of Sylvia Plath’s poem “Parliament Hill Fields,” the adaptation creates a soundscape of poetry with a classic ghost story. Featuring the voice talents of Aimee Bryant, Ashawnti Sakina Ford, Alayne Hopkins, Katie Kaufman, Catherine Johnson Justice and Taj Ruler.
RMPC is a professional theater company focused on supporting women artists, audiences, and stories that strives to embrace the complexities and diversity of women’s experiences from classics to contemporary work while promoting artistic excellence and community engagement.
Be the Change brought people together who might not otherwise cross paths for a round of golf as a way to spark a conversation and get to know each other.
Proceeds from the tournament were directed to organizations that provide life skills, positive youth development and educational opportunities in the community.