As members of the United Philanthropy Forum, CNJG is proud to be able to offer this webinar to our members.
People of color are dramatically more likely than white people to experience homelessness in the United States. Addressing racial inequities in homelessness means fundamentally changing the conversation we are having about the root causes of housing instability, risk for homelessness, barriers to exiting homelessness, and access to housing, community supports, and opportunities for economic mobility for people of color.
In March 2018, SPARC (Supporting Partnerships for Anti-Racist Communities) released findings from the first phase of their work to understand and respond to racial inequities in homelessness. During this webinar, Marc Dones and Jeff Olivet will provide an overview of these findings and share what they mean for the field of homelessness.
Cost: Free for Member and Non Member Grantmakers
Article of Interest
SPARC Phase 1 Study Findings