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In this episode, we are joined by Britt Savage, a diversity, equity, and inclusion consultant who shares insights on the report "Unlocking Social Progress by Addressing Structural Racism" by Bridgespan Group. We discuss the findings of the report, its implications, and how organizations can address structural racism to unlock social progress.
-The report identifies how structural racism hinders social progress and the need to address it.
-Structural racism operates within systems and institutions and can be invisible to those who are not directly impacted by it.
-Organizations need to acknowledge their role in perpetuating structural racism and take steps to address it.
-The report highlights specific actions organizations can take to address structural racism, including hiring practices, organizational culture, and community engagement.
-Organizations need to commit to long-term, sustained efforts to address structural racism and create meaningful change.
"Unlocking Social Progress by Addressing Structural Racism" report: Unlocking Social Progress by Addressing Structural Racism
Britt Savage's LinkedIn page: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brittsavage/
"What if we really gave people the capital they needed?" - Britt Savage--- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/nonprofitlowdown/support
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