Professor john a. powell (Othering and Belonging Institute) discusses how targeted universalism can help support building one’s thinking and practices around equity when working in collaboration with others.
In this episode, we’re sharing a 2019 Collective Impact Convening keynote talk titled, “From the “Why” to the “How”: Operationalizing Equity in Collective Impact” by Professor john a powell, who serves as Director of the Othering and Belonging Institute at the University of California Berkeley.
Following the keynote, Michael McAfee, President and CEO of PolicyLink, joins Professor Powell in a discussion about what’s needed to prioritize equity within collective impact work.
1:27: Sheri Brady of the Aspen Institute Forum for Community Solutions and co-lead of the Collective Impact Forum introduces Professor john a. powell.
4:36: Keynote talk by Professor john a. powell on the topic of “From the Why to the How: Operationalizing Equity for Collective Impact.”
29:47: Sheri Brady introduces and welcomes Michael McAfee, president and CEO of PolicyLink, to join Professor Powell in a fireside chat.
Footnotes and Resources
- Targeted Universalism: Policy and Practice
- Equity: The Soul of Collective Impact
- Equity Matters in Collective Impact
- Getting to Yes: How to Generate Consensus for Targeted Universalism
- Moving Equity from Theory to Practice
- Bringing an Equity Lens to Collective Impact
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