CCX 2019 Re-imagining Digital Resources Round Up
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Disability AccessAccess Design and Planninghttps://www.arts.gov/publications/design-accessibility-cultural-administrators-handbookDesign for Accessibility: A Cultural Administrator's HandbookNational Endowment for the ArtsWebsitesGuide for planning and integrating access for people disabilities into all aspects of cultural organizations' work; and how to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504.
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Disability AccessPlanninghttp://www.adainfo.org/sites/default/files/Arts-Museums-Cultural-Inst-ADA-Resources-4-12-12.pdfADA Resourcesfor Museums, Arts and Cultural InstitutionsADA National NetworkWebsitesVarious resources for the cultural sector around access and inclusion of people with various types of disabilities. Includes handbooks, videos, guides, exhibit guidance, online course.
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DiversityEducationhttps://www.racialequitytools.org/module/overview/transforming-white-privilegeTransforming White Privilege: A 21st Century Leadership CapacityCenter for Assessment and Policy Development (CAPD), MP Associates and World Trust Educational ServicesCurriculumThe Transforming White Privilege curriculum to help leaders across sectors better identify, talk about and intervene to address white privilege and its effects. Currculum has sliding fee scale, comes with lessons, plans, handouts, slides, videos clips to teach ideas, offer tools.
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DiversityMonitoring, Leadershiphttp://cep.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/CEP_Nonprofit-Diversity-Efforts_2018.pdf?hsCtaTracking=a0fec3d7-72a1-4b42-9797-203d485a6c2a%7C0752ddd6-d355-497a-86ca-c31e1b5ecc37Nonprofit Diversity Efforts: Current Practices and the Role of FoundationsCenter for Effective PhilanthropyPDF ReportA research report that breaks down diversity by the numbers across a range of nonprofit categories including leadership, involvement, comfort and skill providing and using demographic data of constituents, hiring practicies, and more.
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DiversityPreparinghttps://boardsource.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/5-Questions-for-board-diversity-2.pdf?hsCtaTracking=ceaa92dc-eb26-4ba2-b457-c946f0450e13%7C89f7a0fe-e05a-4300-8c0e-92dd0a0f837fTaking Action on Board Diversity: Five Questions to Get You StartedBoard SourceWebsitesTool: 5 prompting questions for boards to reflect on and discuss when considering moving to a more diverse and inclusive composition.
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Diversity, EquityInspiration, Creative Placemaking Planninghttps://alternateroots.org/creating-place/Creating Place: The Art of Equitable Community BuildingAlternate ROOTSWebsitesMultimedia snapshots of work across the US South and beyond focused on creative placemaking through context, connection, and equity By organization. The links are explorations, reflections, challenges, and offerings to the communities of creative placemaking curated by an organization focused on arts, community, and activism.
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Diversity, Equity, Access and InclusionPlanning, Engaging, Communication, Assessinghttp://www.d5coalition.org/tools/DEI Research and ToolsD5WebsitesLinks to tool, resources, data collection assistance, communication models, research found useful by the D5 group of philanthropists dedicated to improving diversity, equity, inclusion, and access.
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Diversity, Equity, Access, InclusionLeadership, Assessmenthttps://wvnpa.org/content/uploads/Pilot-MNA-Diversity-Inclusion-Toolkit-Final-Version.pdfDiversity, Inclusion and Equity ToolkitMichigan Nonprofti AssociationWebsitesTwo assessment tools, one for the board one for the executive director, to take the temperature of leadership and assess where this segment of the organization is related to diversity, equity, inclusion, and access. Provides prompts for discussion after assessment. Not fully comprehensive, but could be used in tandem with other interventions. Based on a pilot project.
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Diversity, Equity, InclusionMaking the Casehttps://www.councilofnonprofits.org/tools-resources/why-diversity-equity-and-inclusion-matter-nonprofitsResources page on Why Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Matter for NonprofitsNational Council of NonprofitsWebsites
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Diversity, Equity, InclusionPolicy Changehttp://www.nonprofitlawblog.com/diversity-equity-and-inclusion-in-nonprofit-bylaws/Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Nonprofit BylawsNEO Law GroupWebsitesHow to integrate DEI principles into the governing bylaws of an organization.
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Diversity, Equity, InclusionPreparinghttps://www.ncfp.org/blog/2018/april-why-diversity-equity-and-inclusion-matter.htmlWhy Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Matter by Independent SectorIndependent SectorWebsitesBlog with definitions of the terms, making the case for the work, and relevance now to the social sector.
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Diversity, Equity, Inclusion LeadershipBoard Leadership, EDIAhttps://www.tiaainstitute.org/sites/default/files/presentations/2017-02/boards_and_institutional_diversity.pdfBoards & Institutional Diversity: Missed Opportunities, Points of LeverageTIIA InstitutePDF ReportPaper on the role board leadership in higher education can support diversity, equity, and inclusion on campus. Structural challenges and insights into how to change them. Particularly useful for creative economy efforts with higher education partner.
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Diversity, LeadershipBoard Development with EDIA lenshttps://medium.com/new-faces-new-spaces/if-your-board-looked-like-your-community-203c878bb0a0If Your Board Looked Like Your Community: Moving Board Diversity from a ‘Problem to Solve’ to ‘Something to Practice.’ Staff and Board Members Weigh in on Common Hurdles and How to Overcome Them.Medium; James Irvine Foundation.WebsitesInsights, strategies, and examples from arts organizations stretching to diversify their top leadership.
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Empowerment, Indigenous PeoplesPlanninghttps://sites.google.com/g.harvard.edu/nationbuildingtoolboxes/home#h.p_DhcV8jCDpqqT/Toolboxes for Nation BuildingHarvard Project on American Indian Economic DevelopmentWebsitesToolbox: Interactive online mixed media tools gathered for planners, officials, community particularly in Indigenous communities to inform and empower self determination in economic development. Part of larger collaboration to research, understand, support, and support Indigenous communities' internal development work. https://hpaied.org/
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EquityImplentationhttps://neighbourhoodartsnetwork.org/tac/media/BMO-Learning-Room-Links/ArtsEquityToolkit.pdf?ext=.pdfArts and Equity ToolkitNeighborhood Arts NetworkWebsitesToolkit for artists and community groups to reduce barriers to community participation in the arts. Framework to support collaboration between artists, arts organizations, and audiences. Neighborhood focus - Toronto area case examples.
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EquityPlanninghttps://www.policylink.org/our-work/community/arts-culture/plan Building a Cultural Equity PlanPolicyLinkWebsitesA research and action institute focused on economic and social equity and policies affecting communities of color and with limited monetary resources. Provides tool kits on equity, planning, and case studies of arts and equity work around the country.
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EquityPlanninghttps://nationalequityatlas.org/National Equity AtlasPolicyLinkWebsitesThe right data can drive policy change—but data describing the state of equity in cities, regions, and states is difficult to access. The Atlas fills this need.
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EquityPlanning, Implementing, Partnering, Measuringhttps://www.artplaceamerica.org/resourcesArtPlace ResourcesArtPlaceOrganizationA collaboration among a number of foundations, agencies, and financial institutions. Working towards equitable, healthy, and sustainable communities in which everyone has a voice and agency. Focused on creative placemaking. Offers support, toolkits, professional development, community building.
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EvaluationMaking the Casehttps://cep.org/a-shared-use-for-demographic-data/?utm_campaign=Blog%20Subscription&utm_source=hs_email&utm_medium=email&utm_content=64924994&_hsenc=p2ANqtz--wucTjk65nvxEKQtmZgbUQcYgkmqZ2jhbWdnj7p3rXVVTEKendiuB5s-_h_Dqw1lrWLYnChlLCXb9cOxnFuwSEzjijCA&_hsmi=64924994A Shared Use for Demographic DataCenter for Effective PhilanthropyWebsitesRecommendations and a call to action about how funders and nonprofits should collect demographic data, tell grantseekers what they are doing with that data, be clear about how the data affects funding decisions, and share their own data through their website and GuideStar.
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EvaluationMonitoringhttp://www.racialequitytools.org/resourcefiles/What_Is_The_Difference_Between_Tracking_Community_Outcomes_and_Evaluating_The_Outcomes_of_Change_Strategies.pdfWhat is the Difference Between Tracking Community Outcomes and Evaluating the Outcomes of Change Strategies? Racial Equity ToolsCenter for Assessment and Policy DevelopmentWebsitesIdeas for types of outcomes in evaluation of progress towards racial equity.
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Gender EquityAssessinghttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VjzpRvXNh7QThe Gender Tag: Authentic Gender ExpressionAshley WyleTED TalkAn exercise to explore your "critical gender recipe" and a tool to evaluate decisions against traditional roles determined by the societally dictated male/female gender binary.
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Gender EquityBackground, History, Inspirationhttps://www.nps.gov/subjects/womenshistory/index.htmWomen's HistoryU.S. National Park ServiceWebsitesHub for multimedia historical resources, photographs, stories of women and history/'her'story in America and their legacies, using the lens of national parks, with primary resources, insights.
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Gender EquityBackground, History, Inspirationhttps://womenshistory.si.edu/Because of Her StorySmithsonianWebsitesMultimedia home for resources from the ongoing American Women’s History Initiative, working to amplify women’s voices to honor the past, inform the present and inspire the future. Visual, icons, interviews, objects from the vast Smithsonian collections.
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Implicit BiasAssessinghttps://implicit.harvard.edu/implicit/takeatest.htmlProject Implicit- Implicit Bias Self-Administered QuestionnaireProject ImplicitWebsitesA set of questions to help individuals learn about their implicit associations about race, gender, sexual orientation, and other related topics.
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InclusionGetting to Know Youhttps://fonddulac.extension.wisc.edu/files/2012/12/Icebreakers_and_Mixers_that_Promote_Inclusion-WebVersion.pdfIcebreakers and Mixers That Promote Inclusion4-HWebsitesPDF of Icebreakers described for small mixed group work to promote inclusion, with links and summaries of how to do these activities.
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LGBTQ InclusionAssessinghttp://stproject.org/toolkit_tool/lgbtq-inclusion-assessment/LGBTQ Inclusion AssessmentSocial Transformation ProjectWebsitesRegister to download this tool for assessing how engaged an organization is with LGBTQ equality. Identify gaps and opportunities; deepen the understanding and skills of staff, leadership and membership around
LGBTQ inclusion.
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National Cultural ResourceLeadershiphttps://www.artstrategies.org/programs/arts-culture-strategy/National Arts Strategies coursesNational Arts StrategiesOrganizationNAS offers organizational leadership programs to develop skills to face the evolving challenges in the cultural sector, includes institutes and free online courses.
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National Cultural ResourceLeadershiphttps://www.artstrategies.org/programs/creative-community-fellows-new-england/Creative Community FellowsNational Arts StrategiesOrganizationTraining New England leaders in creative community projects
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Race EquityPreparinghttps://static1.squarespace.com/static/56b910ccb6aa60c971d5f98a/t/5adf3de1352f530132863c37/1524579817415/ProInspire-Equity-in-Center-publication.pdfAwake to Woke to Work: Building a Race Equity Culture, Equity in the CenterProInspireWebsitesResource gives guidance through stages from Awake where the focus is representation, to Woke focusing on a culture where everyone is comfortable enough to talk about race and inequity and move towards inclusion, to Work where we tackle systems to improve racial equity.
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Race/ Ethnic EquityPlanning, Insights, Perspectiveshttp://racialequitytools.org/resourcefiles/REResourceListMPAssociates1211final.pdfRacial Equity Resource ListMP Associates for The Annie E. Casey FoundationWebsitesBooks, resources, videos of thought leader work on 14 different aspects of race, ethnicity, and equity, including structural racism, internal racism, white priviledge, and immigration. Helpful in planning or in ongoing book group-discussion work with partners and within organizations.
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Indigenous InclusionImplentationhttps://usdac.us/nativeland/Honor Native Land: A Guide and Call to AcknowledgmentU.S. Department of Arts and CultureWebsitesA guide for all individuals and organizations to open public events and gatherings with acknowledgment of the traditional Native inhabitants of the land.
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Indigenous InclusionImplentationhttps://native-land.ca/Native Land Interactive MapNative Land DigitalWebsitesAn interactive map where you can search for the indigenous presence on any land in North America. Helpful when crafting a land acknowledgment for a gathering.
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Arts legal supportImplentationwww.artiumamore.comLegal resources in forming arts organizationsArtium Amore - Amanda L. Nelson, Esq.AttorneyArts organizations forming legal and tax entities (business side)
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Diversity, Equity, Access and InclusionImplementationhttps://www.nefa.org/ccx-2019-group-agreementsCCX 2019 Group AgreementsNEFA EDIA Working GroupWebsitesExample/Model of CCX 2019 group agreements/community guidelines for discussions of sensitive topics among folks who do not necessarily know each other walking into the room.
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Diversity, Equity, InclusionImplementationhttps://www.pisab.org/Undoing Racism WorkshopsThe People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond (PISAB)EducationRacism was done and it can be undone through effective anti-racist organizing with, and in accountability to the communities most impacted by racism. PISAB believes that effective community and institutional change happens when those who serve as agents of transformation understand the foundations of race and racism and how they continually function as a barrier to community self-determination and self-sufficiency.
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https://static1.squarespace.com/static/56b910ccb6aa60c971d5f98a/t/5adf3de1352f530132863c37/1524579817415/ProInspire-Equity-in-Center-publication.pdf
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https://www.equitableeval.org
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Indigenous InclusionImplementation
https://www.nativeartsandcultures.org/honornativeland-guide-respectfully-acknowledge-ancestral-lands
#HonorNativeLand – A guide to respectfully acknowledge ancestral landsNative Arts and Cultures FoundationWebsitesA guide for calls to land acknowledgement.
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