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December 2023 |

Over the last several months, Philanthropy Northwest has been attempting to deepen and expand the conversation around reparative action in philanthropy within our region. To do this, we sought to lean into learning from and about folks who are already engaged in the journey of repair through...

The Shift Blog: Resources to Support You in Your Reparative Action Journey. A collection of learnings and tools from The Shift event series to support you in taking action towards repair with a read now button and the Philanthropy Northwest logo
September 2023 |

As Philanthropy Northwest continues forward in our organizational equity journey, we have continued to reckon with the importance of repair. While unearthing the roots of systemic inequities is a great first step, engaging in reparative action in partnership with harmed communities is critical...

The Shift Blog: Truth Racial Healing and Transformation. A look at First Alaskans Institute's journey to bring their community to the precipice of truth and racial healing. With Ayyu Qassataq headshot
September 9, 2022
10:00am to 11:30am

On Tribal lands, broadband access continues to be an issue, leaving Native communities behind in our increasingly virtual world. In an effort to close this digital divide, the federal government is distributing funds to support broadband access to the millions of underserved locations in the U.S...

River blue event banner that says "Philanthropy Northwest Network Call" and has two speech bubbles on the side
February 11, 2022
10:00am to 11:00am

The current reports of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Persons (MMIP) and Two-Spirit people are alarming and represent a horrific trend of violence committed against Native people and communities. In the United States, murder is the third-leading cause of death...

Event banner for Philanthropy Northwest Network Call with icon of three people talking
December 9, 2021
9:30am to 11:00pm

Increasing impacts from climate change are testing the resiliency of Native peoples and cultures throughout the West. This is the second session of the two-part series, focusing on climate risks and impacts facing Tribal communities. Learn how philanthropy can be good partners with Tribal communities and territories in addressing climate resilience. Gain tools to amplify and scale Indigenous practices to address complex environmental crises.

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November 16, 2021
12:00pm to 1:30pm

Increasing impacts from climate change are testing the resiliency of Native peoples and cultures throughout the West. As sovereign peoples and nations whose waters and lands are integral to their traditions, livelihoods and well-being, they are ...

November 2, 2021
10:00am to 11:30am

Join us for the November Tribal Broadband Learning Community meeting. We'll be discussing the next steps for organizations to take in tribal broadband planning and strategy moving into 2022. 

Tribal Broadband Learning Community graphic with a telecommunication tower in the background and the tagline "Empowering Connection"