Together for Change is brought to you by StriveTogether, a national movement with a clear purpose – helping every child succeed in school and in life, cradle to career, regardless of race, ethnicity, zip code or circumstance. Joining host Christian Motley are other StriveTogether leaders as well as national and local partners who are working to break down barriers, change systems and improve outcomes for as many families as possible.
Stronger together: Education and housing
In this final episode of the first season of Together for Change, StriveTogether Executive Vice President talks with Enterprise Community Partners about housing and education. StriveTogether communities are working across housing and education to...
The Story of Place
In episode 11, Harlem Children's Zone President Geoffrey Canada joins StriveTogether President and CEO Jennifer Blatz to discuss their life's work, improving outcomes for young people. This work is rooted in place. Canada explains, "You can't think...
Parents have the Power
In episode 11 of Together for Change, our host Christian Motley talks with community leaders from Rochester, New York, and StriveTogether President and CEO Jennifer Blatz on how parents can lead change in their communities.Jackie Campbell, director of...
Take the Blinders Off and Design a Nation that Works for Everyone
In episode nine, we invite PolicyLink President and CEO Michael McAffee and the Equity Research Institute Director Manuel Pastor to share how the new Racial Equity Index arms activists and community members with data to support equitable policies.They...
Rethinking Community Engagement
In episode eight, host Christian Motley asks community leaders how they're tapping into the knowledge and expertise within their communities to share an equitable recovery. He's joined by StriveTogether Vice President of Equitable Results Parv...
It's Not a Zero Sum Game
In episode seven of Together for Change, host Christian Motely talks with StriveTogether Vice President Josh Davis, Harlem Children Zone CEO Kwame Owusu-Kessee and Thrive Chicago Interim President Sonya Anderson about a national initiative called Stay...
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Together for change
Excited for this channel dedicated to hearing from leaders across the country sharing examples and stories of what’s happening as these organizations work to break down barriers, change systems and improve outcomes.
These ladies are legends in the struggle to liberate communities of color and marginalized populations. Hope our future guess are just as diverse in their expertise and perspectives!
Great Insights on Systems Work
This podcast help me understand how to think about changing systems and provided great examples. I highly recommend it - definitely worth listening to!