Part 1 for a series of webinars with the American Association of Museums focusing on attracting racially and ethnically diverse Board members. How do you build knowledge and interest in your organization? What has your organization done to “sell” itself to communities not currently engaged?
Part 2 for a series of webinars with the American Association of Museums
Part 3 for a series of webinars with the American Association of Museums
Part 4 for a series of webinars with the American Association of Museums
Part 5 for a series of webinars with the American Association of Museums
On September 18, 2020 Beth joined Kathryn Hoffman, the CEO of the Minnesota Center for Environmental Advocacy (MCEA) for a recorded webinar titled Making the Connection: The Environment, Race & Justice.
As organizers, we know that our work is built on relationships, interconnection and focused on making significant systemic change. Why then, is it sometimes so hard to explain what we do? In this video Beth describes the difference between a movement and a campaign and how they are used to motivate involvement and build power.
Beth Zemsky, Rebecca Voelkel and Barbara Satin celebrated their 60th, 50th, and 85th birthdays and their collective 195 years of activism on May 30, 2019, during an event hosted by the National LGBTQ Taskforce at the Dodge Nature Center in West Saint Paul, MN. In this video you can watch the event slideshow and hear Beth’s remarks. To read Rebecca and Barbara’s remarks, continue below.
When we start conversations about diversity, equity, and inclusion – I find that it’s really helpful that we actually define what we are talking about so that we have shared meaning among ourselves.
In this episode, we venture deep into the caverns below the University of Minnesota Anderson Library to tell the story of the vision, acts of love, and organizing that brought this archive, that documents and preserves LGBT culture and movement building, into being.