GTCF Fund Advisors: Click Here to Access GTCF's Online Fund Portal

Tag: Black leaders

May
20

Freedom Summer Symposium

Filed Under: - Posted @ 5:00pm

The Symposium is a social justice “call to action,” targeting the 18-35 demographic, social justice activists, and aspiring leaders. The IBJ partners with an institution of higher education to expose young adults to human-centered design and design thinking as part of a paid experience. ACES participants form small teams present a set of recommendations that > Continue Reading

May
19

Freedom Summer Symposium

Filed Under: - Posted @ 5:00pm

The Symposium is a social justice “call to action,” targeting the 18-35 demographic, social justice activists, and aspiring leaders. The IBJ partners with an institution of higher education to expose young adults to human-centered design and design thinking as part of a paid experience. ACES participants form small teams present a set of recommendations that > Continue Reading

Feb
19

Black Voices from Tacoma’s Musical Past

Filed Under: - Posted @ 1:00am

In this presentation, Tacoma music historian Kim Davenport will share stories of black musicians from Tacoma’s past who left an important legacy in our city. Some made Tacoma home while others were merely guests for a time, but all added to the artistic vitality of our community while confronting the realities of discrimination. The presentation > Continue Reading

Jul
8

Understanding Your Community Helps Charitable Giving Support Racial Equity

Filed Under: Philanthropy - Posted @ 4:55pm

  Since COVID-19 shut down schools, the Hilltop Artists’ glass hot shop furnaces at Jason Lee Middle School have been idle. But, Hilltop Artists’ support for youth continues. On a recent afternoon, Executive Director Dr. Kimberly Keith worked from the dining room of the house where she grew up, via video meetings, getting creative with > Continue Reading