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Re: Exploring Racial Equity and Access in Our Food System: Financing and Land Access Inequities

Aaron Weibe ·
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Re: Exploring Racial Equity and Access in Our Food System: Food Access, Equity and Farmers Markets

Aaron Weibe ·
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Re: Exploring Racial Equity and Access in our Food Systems: History, Land Access, and Race

Aaron Weibe ·
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Re: Essential Strategies for Building Racial Justice and Inclusion - Session 3 of 6

Aaron Weibe ·
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Re: Essential Strategies for Building Racial Justice and Inclusion - Session 2 of 6

Aaron Weibe ·
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Re: Essential Strategies for Building Racial Justice and Inclusion - A Six Week Webinar Series

Aaron Weibe ·
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Re: Essential Strategies for Building Racial Justice and Inclusion - Session 4 of 6

Aaron Weibe ·
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Re: Essential Strategies for Building Racial Justice and Inclusion - Session 6 of 6

Aaron Weibe ·
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Re: Essential Strategies for Building Racial Justice and Inclusion - Session 5 of 6

Aaron Weibe ·
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Re: Coming Together with Sesame Street: Resources for Racial Justice

Aaron Weibe ·
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2022 Academy on Social Justice Kicks Off June 1

Hannah Hyde ·
The 2022 Academy, "Family Well-Being: Navigating the Social Justice Landscape," features high-quality content with diverse and respected course authors and experts in subjects such as social justice, racial equity, identity formation, media representation, resilience, engagement through an antiracist lens, and building communities of belonging.
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Dynamic Discussions 2022

MelaniePugsley ·
This year the Impact Collaborative hosted professionals from Cooperative Extension and beyond to discuss various topics of interest at Dynamic Discussions. Together we have explored new ideas, gained new perspectives, and discussed the future of Extension. This year's conversations included misinformation, community resilience, Coming Together for Racial Understanding Experience, moving on from Extension's traditions, implementing DEI work, workforce development, recharging Extension's...
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Re: Moving the Needle on Racial Equity in Extension, Part 1 of 3

Letitia (Tish) Johnson ·
This well-written and insight-filled article has my mind whirling on a Monday morning! Such excellent work, thank you for sharing and modeling.
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Re: Moving the Needle on Racial Equity in Extension, Part 2 of 3

Vanessa Venturini ·
This is great, do you have the direct link to part 1 please?
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Moving the Needle on Racial Equity in Extension, Part 3 of 3

Sonja Brodt ·
The 1862 land grant institutions face a large task to move beyond their troubled legacy and meet the needs of contemporary people of color. To address racial inequities in extension, we embarked on educational and institutional change activities. We share three key lessons: the need to take time for building relationships of trust, to tailor individual communication about diversity, equity, and inclusion work for different colleagues, and to re-think the sources of expertise in extension work.
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Moving the Needle on Racial Equity in Extension, Part 1 of 3

Sonja Brodt ·
The 1862 land grant institutions face a large task to move beyond their troubled legacy and meet the needs of contemporary people of color. To address racial inequities in extension, we embarked on educational and institutional change activities. We share three key lessons: the need to take time for building relationships of trust, to tailor individual communication about diversity, equity, and inclusion work for different colleagues, and to re-think the sources of expertise in extension work.
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Moving the Needle on Racial Equity in Extension, Part 2 of 3

Sonja Brodt ·
The 1862 land grant institutions face a large task to move beyond their troubled legacy and meet the needs of contemporary people of color. To address racial inequities in extension, we embarked on educational and institutional change activities. We share three key lessons: the need to take time for building relationships of trust, to tailor individual communication about diversity, equity, and inclusion work for different colleagues, and to re-think the sources of expertise in extension work.
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Re: Moving the Needle on Racial Equity in Extension, Part 2 of 3

Sonja Brodt ·
Thanks for the feedback! I have edited all three posts now to include links to the other ones. You can find Part 1 here: https://connect.extension.org/...-equity-in-extension
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Re: Moving the Needle on Racial Equity in Extension, Part 2 of 3

Troy Anthony Anderson ·
I was trying to prepare a presentation around a similar topic the other day. Thanks for sharing.
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Dynamic Discussion 2023 Overview

MelaniePugsley ·
We're wrapping up an exceptional year of Dynamic Discussion sessions! Throughout this year, the Extension Foundation brought together professionals from Cooperative Extension and beyond to explore a diverse array of topics. Dynamic Discussion provides a platform to learn perspectives, exchange ideas, and creates a space for conenction and sharing. Together, we've discussed into new ideas, gained insights, and contemplated the future of Extension. The discussions this year covered topics such...

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