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October 2018

Is It A Good Match? Learning How to Approach and Write to the Right Funders for Your Project

October 11, 2018 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Springfield Central Library,  220 State Street
Springfield,
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Many grant proposals are rejected because they are not a good match with the grantmaker. Participants will learn how to identify the good match indicators and how to determine a funder’s problem-solving approach, underlying beliefs, and political ideology. Because this information affects what is presented and emphasized in a proposal, grantseekers will discover how to read between the lines and find the “hook” – the connection between one’s project and a prospective funder – and how to write their proposals…

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May 2019

ABOLITION AND RESTORATIVE JUSTICE: PRESENT DAY

May 7 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Springfield Central Library,  220 State Street
Springfield,
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Join together for a panel and discussion of the legacy of the Abolition Movement in the U.S.A. and how we continue that legacy today. We will focus on the question: how does restorative justice give us alternatives to mass incarceration and offer pathways to community safety and healing? Trainer, Mallory Hanora Mallory Hanora is a prison abolitionist, organizer, and co-director of Families for Justice as Healing (FJAH). Families for Justice as Healing is committed to ending the incarceration of women and…

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September 2019

Picture Books: Starting Conversations with Children About Social Justice

September 8 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Springfield Central Library,  220 State Street
Springfield,
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In this workshop, we will explore how to utilize carefully selected books to explore issues of diversity, equity and social justice with children in grades K-6. Join us! Picture Books: Starting Conversations with Children About Social Justice Waleska Santiago-Centeno & Alice Levine Waleska Santiago-Centeno is an elementary (K-6) teacher-librarian with a special interest and expertise in multicultural, social justice, gender, and equity issues; Alice Levine has many years of experience in leading workshops and classes for elementary school parents, and…

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