Five Principles for Engagement on the Future of Work(ers) and Two Big Ideas

In these videos, Sarita Gupta (Jobs with Justice) talks about collective bargaining and the future of work and Michelle Miller (Coworker.org) describes the concept of “surveillance capitalism” and data generated by workers. Please watch and share these videos! 

Below, Emma Oppenheim (Open Society Foundations) and José García (Ford Foundation) share how they're thinking about the future of workers.

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Reflections on Labor Day from Funders for a Just Economy

By Manisha Vaze, Senior Program Manager of NFG's Funders for a Just Economy

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Standing in Our Power Together

In June 2018, Neighborhood Funders Group convened hundreds of local, regional, and national funders for the NFG 2018 National Convening, Raise Up: Moving Money for Justice. Here, Manisha Vaze, Senior Program Manager of NFG's Funders for a Just Economy, reflects on funder strategy discussions for building worker power.

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Why We Move Money for Justice

In June 2018, Neighborhood Funders Group convened hundreds of local, regional, and national funders for the NFG 2018 National Convening, Raise Up: Moving Money for Justice. Here, Lorraine Ramirez, Senior Program Manager of NFG's Funders for Justice, talks about mobilizing resources for social change.

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Reimagining How We Fund and What We Fund

In June 2018, Neighborhood Funders Group convened hundreds of local, regional, and national funders for the NFG 2018 National Convening, Raise Up: Moving Money for Justice. Here, Dr. Carmen Rojas, NFG Board Member and Co-Founder & CEO of The Workers Lab, reflects on reimagining the role of philanthropy in these pressing times.

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White People and Activism in the Trump Era

In June 2018, Neighborhood Funders Group convened hundreds of local, regional, and national funders for the NFG 2018 National Convening, Raise Up: Moving Money for Justice. Here, Caitlin Duffy, senior associate for learning and engagement at the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy (NCRP), reflects on leveraging privilege and dissent in the face of fear.

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Philanthropy’s Role in Holding Tension

In June 2018, Neighborhood Funders Group convened hundreds of local, regional, and national funders for the NFG 2018 National Convening, Raise Up: Moving Money for Justice. Here, Megan Armentrout, Program Associate at the Incarnate Word Foundation and St. Louis local, reflects on the possibilities of shifting philanthropy's focus to long-term change.

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Answering the Call from Movement Leaders

In June 2018, Neighborhood Funders Group convened hundreds of local, regional, and national funders for the NFG 2018 National Convening, Raise Up: Moving Money for Justice. Here, Julia Beatty, Program Officer for the Black-Led Movement Fund and the Communities Transforming Policing Fund at Borealis Philanthropy, reflects on philanthropy's accountability to grassroots movements.

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Time to Invest for Justice

In June 2018, Neighborhood Funders Group convened hundreds of local, regional, and national funders for the NFG 2018 National Convening, Raise Up: Moving Money for Justice. Here, Rudi Navarra, Program Officer at The Solutions Project, reflects on the importance of investing time into learning and collaborating together.

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Choosing to be a Liberated Gatekeeper

In June 2018, Neighborhood Funders Group convened hundreds of local, regional, and national funders for the NFG 2018 National Convening, Raise Up: Moving Money for Justice. Here, Amoretta Morris, — Director of National Community Strategies at The Annie E. Casey Foundation, NFG Conference Co-Chair, and NFG Board Member — reflects on the theme of her opening plenary address.  

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