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Transcript of LANE2017
brings together extraordinary leaders from
arts & culture organizations
to address racial and geographical imbalance in the field together. We see a path toward equity that can only be achieved through more resources and recognition for critical cultural work.
Six arts & culture organizations form the first
cohort. They began their 4-year journey together in 2016.
- Our Cohort model asks 6 organizations to work individually and collectively
for 4 years
- Cohorts help lessen the sense of isolation which is a tool that provides a fertile ground for instability and oppression.
- Creating a cohort gives organizations a body of collaborators to generate solutions to individual and
- Organizations overwhelmingly talk about the need to have “breathing room” away from day to day stress
in order to vision
- Relationship building
Support teams comprised of financial advisors, organizational development specialists and field consultants are assigned to a cohort member
for 4 years.
We acknowledge the historic lack of financial investment within the arts sector and also draw upon the strengths of the cohort through the areas of Human Capital, Social Capital and Intellectual Capital using Nonprofit Finance Fund's Complete Capital framework.
embodies these core values as a way to practice equity.
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The elements below outline support provided to the
Cohort during the 4 year process.
Racial Justice/ Cultural Equity
Take a historical perspective of current day challenges.
Center the leadership of the most marginalized.
Recognizes race as a primary compounding factor in oppression.
Popular education is an educational approach that collectively and critically examines everyday experiences and raises consciousness for organizing and movement building, acting on injustices with a political vision in the interests of the most marginalized. ~ Paulo Freire.
Cohort Members are the experts of their experience and lead the team process.
Support teams help Cohort member develop strategies and actions based on the strengths and culture of the organizations.
Solutions come from the community
Engages radical dialectics ( Creates strategies based on roots causes.
Co-create with Cohort members not for them.
Recognized the multiplicity of leadership styles and actions.
Requires humility and active listening from all involved.
Flattens hierarchical tendencies.
Emergence is the way complex systems and patterns arise out of a multiplicity of relatively simple interaction.
Engage complexity to find sustainable strategies.
Work with a sense of scale to impact individuals, organizations and networks.
Recognize the importance of systems thinking.