History Walking Tour: Martindale-Brightwood Neighborhood

History Walking Tour: Martindale-Brightwood Neighborhood
History Walking Tour: Martindale-Brightwood NeighborhoodHistory Walking Tour: Martindale-Brightwood Neighborhood

Sat, Feb 13, 2021 12:00 PM – Sat, Feb 13, 2021 3:00 PM History Walking Tour: Martindale-Brightwood Neighborhood

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Join BlackSpace Indianapolis on February 13, 2021 for a Walking Tour of the Historically Black neighborhood of Martindale-Brightwood with Through2Eyes

Indiana (guided by lover of history, Sampson Levingston). Tour begins at 12pm EST. Learn about the legacy of this unique community and how you can continue to invest in and build Black Spaces in Indianapolis.

Suggested Donation is $5 for Allies (those who do not identify as from the Black Diaspora). Meeting location will be shared upon RSVP. Use the ticket link to RSVP. Questions? Email: [email protected]
Please note that COVID-19 restrictions will be enforced during this outdoor event. Masks will be required, and physical distancing is strongly encouraged. Please wear comfortable shoes and warm clothing, since this is an outdoor event that will require a lot of walking.

More about BlackSpace Indy: BlackSpace honors the lives of countless victims of this violence, we celebrate Black existence in its current form, we mourn lost Black futures. Our private homes are not safe. Our public spaces are not safe. The “justice” system must change and it does not stop there. No landscape is neutral. Urbanists design and plan the built environments where these tragedies occur. The disciplines impacting our built environments are steeped in racism and anti-Blackness. BlackSpace challenges architects, planners, urban designers, artists, and all curators of built spaces to unlearn traditional values and rethink Manifesto-based practice.

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Event tags: History Walking Tour, Martindale-Brightwood Neighborhood

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Sat, Feb 13, 2021 History Walking Tour: Martindale-Brightwood Neighborhood
Join BlackSpace Indianapolis on February 13, 2021 for a Walking Tour of the Historically Black neighborhood of Martindale-Brightwood with Through2Eyes

Indiana (guided by lover of history, Sampson Levingston). Tour begins at 12pm EST. Learn about the legacy of this unique community and how you can continue to invest in and build Black Spaces in Indianapolis.

Suggested Donation is $5 for Allies (those who do not identify as from the Black Diaspora). Meeting location will be shared upon RSVP. Use the ticket link to RSVP. Questions? Email: [email protected]
Please note that COVID-19 restrictions will be enforced during this outdoor event. Masks will be required, and physical distancing is strongly encouraged. Please wear comfortable shoes and warm clothing, since this is an outdoor event that will require a lot of walking.

More about BlackSpace Indy: BlackSpace honors the lives of countless victims of this violence, we celebrate Black existence in its current form, we mourn lost Black futures. Our private homes are not safe. Our public spaces are not safe. The “justice” system must change and it does not stop there. No landscape is neutral. Urbanists design and plan the built environments where these tragedies occur. The disciplines impacting our built environments are steeped in racism and anti-Blackness. BlackSpace challenges architects, planners, urban designers, artists, and all curators of built spaces to unlearn traditional values and rethink Manifesto-based practice.

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Remaking the Economy: Health, Racial Disparities, and Economic Justice

Remaking the Economy: Health, Racial Disparities, and Economic Justice
Remaking the Economy: Health, Racial Disparities, and Economic JusticeRemaking the Economy: Health, Racial Disparities, and Economic Justice

Thu, Jan 21, 2021 2:00 PM – Thu, Jan 21, 2021 3:30 PM Remaking the Economy: Health, Racial Disparities, and Economic Justice

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NPQ’s latest webinar in our Remaking the Economy series looks at healthcare, the largest single sector of the US economy. Famously, the US pays more for healthcare than any other nation, 17.7% of the economy in 2019, yet its quality falls far short of other nations. Increasingly, healthcare’s shortfalls are recognized. This year, the American Medical Association formally recognized racism as a public health threat. And age-adjusted COVID-19 mortality rates for Black, Latinx, and Native Americans are twice that of whites. How can healthcare be retooled to address these disparities and promote better health?

Addressing these issues are our three panelists:

Ben Palmquist is program director of health care and economic democracy for Partners for Dignity and Rights, a New York City-based nonprofit that advocates for a new social contract where everyone’s human needs are met.

Al Richmond is based in Raleigh, North Carolina, and is executive director of Community-Campus Partnerships for Health, a member-based nonprofit that promotes health equity and social justice through partnerships between communities and academic institutions.

Yolandra Toya, MD is a physician and community pediatrician, and a citizen of the Jicarilla Apache nation. In her practice, Dr. Toya is currently providing medical care to residents of both Native and non-Native communities in New Mexico.

This webinar will explore:

  • What is the current status of the healthcare system in the US, and how does that differ according to race, class, and location?
  • What does good community-based health research look like? How does poorly conducted health research in the past continue to cause problems in the present?
  • This year the AMA and many US cities have declared that racism is a matter of public health. But what is required to convert words of concern into action?
  • Is COVID-19 teaching us new things about healthcare in the US, or is it mostly confirming what was already known? If it is teaching us new things, what are they?
  • What are the structural causes of healthcare injustice in the United States and what can be done to address them?
  • What principles guide the US healthcare system, as it currently operates? What should those principles be?
  • How do we get from “here” to “there”? In other words, what kind of transition policies are required?
  • What role can nonprofits and philanthropy play in supporting economic and racial justice in the healthcare sector?

Whether you’re a nonprofit leader, board member, or engaged in community-based organizing, this webinar will provide you with real-life examples and lessons learned that can inform your work in your own community.

The moderator for this webinar is NPQ Economic Justice Program Director Steve Dubb. Steve has worked with cooperatives and nonprofits for over two decades and has been both a student and practitioner in the field of community economic development. You can send your questions to [email protected] to have them answered during the web event.

 

*The recording and slides of this webinar will be available on the NPQ website 2-3 days after the live event. 

Event tags: Nonprofit Quarterly, business leadership training, social justice, Remaking the Economy: Health, Racial Disparities, and Economic Justice

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NPQ’s latest webinar in our Remaking the Economy series looks at healthcare, the largest single sector of the US economy. Famously, the US pays more for healthcare than any other nation, 17.7% of the economy in 2019, yet its quality falls far short of other nations. Increasingly, healthcare’s shortfalls are recognized. This year, the American Medical Association formally recognized racism as a public health threat. And age-adjusted COVID-19 mortality rates for Black, Latinx, and Native Americans are twice that of whites. How can healthcare be retooled to address these disparities and promote better health?

Addressing these issues are our three panelists:

Ben Palmquist is program director of health care and economic democracy for Partners for Dignity and Rights, a New York City-based nonprofit that advocates for a new social contract where everyone’s human needs are met.

Al Richmond is based in Raleigh, North Carolina, and is executive director of Community-Campus Partnerships for Health, a member-based nonprofit that promotes health equity and social justice through partnerships between communities and academic institutions.

Yolandra Toya, MD is a physician and community pediatrician, and a citizen of the Jicarilla Apache nation. In her practice, Dr. Toya is currently providing medical care to residents of both Native and non-Native communities in New Mexico.

This webinar will explore:

  • What is the current status of the healthcare system in the US, and how does that differ according to race, class, and location?
  • What does good community-based health research look like? How does poorly conducted health research in the past continue to cause problems in the present?
  • This year the AMA and many US cities have declared that racism is a matter of public health. But what is required to convert words of concern into action?
  • Is COVID-19 teaching us new things about healthcare in the US, or is it mostly confirming what was already known? If it is teaching us new things, what are they?
  • What are the structural causes of healthcare injustice in the United States and what can be done to address them?
  • What principles guide the US healthcare system, as it currently operates? What should those principles be?
  • How do we get from “here” to “there”? In other words, what kind of transition policies are required?
  • What role can nonprofits and philanthropy play in supporting economic and racial justice in the healthcare sector?

Whether you’re a nonprofit leader, board member, or engaged in community-based organizing, this webinar will provide you with real-life examples and lessons learned that can inform your work in your own community.

The moderator for this webinar is NPQ Economic Justice Program Director Steve Dubb. Steve has worked with cooperatives and nonprofits for over two decades and has been both a student and practitioner in the field of community economic development. You can send your questions to [email protected] to have them answered during the web event.

 

*The recording and slides of this webinar will be available on the NPQ website 2-3 days after the live event. 


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ARE YOU GETTING THE MOST FOR YOUR TECHNOLOGY DOLLAR?

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ARE YOU GETTING THE MOST FOR YOUR TECHNOLOGY DOLLAR?ARE YOU GETTING THE MOST FOR YOUR TECHNOLOGY DOLLAR?

Wed, Jan 20, 2021 1:00 PM – Wed, Jan 20, 2021 2:00 PM ARE YOU GETTING THE MOST FOR YOUR TECHNOLOGY DOLLAR?

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Do you know when and where to spend your organization’s limited technology budget, or how to get the best return?

Join the conversation as we share our research and results from our sector-wide survey—as well as the expertise and hard-earned lessons from nonprofits like yours—in an online forum designed to help you identify which decisions are most likely to pay off and which will lead to disappointment. We’ll walk through some of the most interesting findings from The State of Technology Decision-Making and ROI Among Nonprofits, and our panel of experts will show you…

  • How to measure the true return on a technology investment
  • What the most frequently overlooked hidden costs are
  • How to maximize value

We’ll also make time to answer questions from the audience. Don’t miss this opportunity to make the most of your 2021 budget priorities.

About our Presenters

Karen Graham
Director of Education and Outreach, Tech Impact

Karen Graham is a speaker, trainer, writer, and consultant with expertise in technology leadership and innovation, nonprofit software, and digital strategy. She is the Managing Director of Education and Outreach at Tech Impact.

Patrick Callihan
Executive Director, Tech Impact

As the Executive Director of Tech Impact, Patrick leads the development of programs that include technology education, services and support designed specifically for organizations and several workforce development programs like ITWorks, CXWorks and Punchcode..​

Jeanne Bell
Director of Practice Advancement, Nonprofit Quarterly

Jeanne Bell, MNA directs NPQ’s Advanced Practice program to advance critical conversations about nonprofit management and leadership. She is the former CEO of CompassPoint, where she stewarded the strategic evolution of the organization to focus on emerging leaders and emergent leadership practice with an explicit orientation to social change. She is the author of numerous articles on nonprofit leadership, strategy, and sustainability and co-author of several books. 

Steve Heye
Social Impact Manager, Netsuite

Steve Heye is a Social Impact Manager at NetSuite (Oracle) where he manages the Suite Capacity program which has 4 team members globally. Suite Capacity provides free programs to help nonprofits go-live and expand their use of NetSuite. They also act as technical experts across the Social Impact team, which donates the NetSuite solution to nonprofits and provides Pro Bono services. He is the author of Chapter 1 on IT Alignment in the NTEN book, Managing Technology to Meet Your Mission. With over 20 years of experience working with nonprofits and technology, Steve brings a real passion and unique set of experiences to the NPTech community. 

About Tech Impact’s Idealware

Idealware is a program of Tech Impact, a nonprofit on a mission to use technology to better serve the worldAs the authoritative source for independent, thoroughly-researched technology resources for the social sector, our publications, assessments, and training resources save you time and money by providing impartial guidance that gives you the knowledge and confidence you need to decide what’s best for your organization. Learn more at www.techimpact.org and visit our Technology Learning Center at www.techlearningcenter.org.

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Do you know when and where to spend your organization’s limited technology budget, or how to get the best return?

Join the conversation as we share our research and results from our sector-wide survey—as well as the expertise and hard-earned lessons from nonprofits like yours—in an online forum designed to help you identify which decisions are most likely to pay off and which will lead to disappointment. We’ll walk through some of the most interesting findings from The State of Technology Decision-Making and ROI Among Nonprofits, and our panel of experts will show you…

  • How to measure the true return on a technology investment
  • What the most frequently overlooked hidden costs are
  • How to maximize value

We’ll also make time to answer questions from the audience. Don’t miss this opportunity to make the most of your 2021 budget priorities.

About our Presenters

Karen Graham
Director of Education and Outreach, Tech Impact

Karen Graham is a speaker, trainer, writer, and consultant with expertise in technology leadership and innovation, nonprofit software, and digital strategy. She is the Managing Director of Education and Outreach at Tech Impact.

Patrick Callihan
Executive Director, Tech Impact

As the Executive Director of Tech Impact, Patrick leads the development of programs that include technology education, services and support designed specifically for organizations and several workforce development programs like ITWorks, CXWorks and Punchcode..​

Jeanne Bell
Director of Practice Advancement, Nonprofit Quarterly

Jeanne Bell, MNA directs NPQ’s Advanced Practice program to advance critical conversations about nonprofit management and leadership. She is the former CEO of CompassPoint, where she stewarded the strategic evolution of the organization to focus on emerging leaders and emergent leadership practice with an explicit orientation to social change. She is the author of numerous articles on nonprofit leadership, strategy, and sustainability and co-author of several books. 

Steve Heye
Social Impact Manager, Netsuite

Steve Heye is a Social Impact Manager at NetSuite (Oracle) where he manages the Suite Capacity program which has 4 team members globally. Suite Capacity provides free programs to help nonprofits go-live and expand their use of NetSuite. They also act as technical experts across the Social Impact team, which donates the NetSuite solution to nonprofits and provides Pro Bono services. He is the author of Chapter 1 on IT Alignment in the NTEN book, Managing Technology to Meet Your Mission. With over 20 years of experience working with nonprofits and technology, Steve brings a real passion and unique set of experiences to the NPTech community. 

About Tech Impact’s Idealware

Idealware is a program of Tech Impact, a nonprofit on a mission to use technology to better serve the worldAs the authoritative source for independent, thoroughly-researched technology resources for the social sector, our publications, assessments, and training resources save you time and money by providing impartial guidance that gives you the knowledge and confidence you need to decide what’s best for your organization. Learn more at www.techimpact.org and visit our Technology Learning Center at www.techlearningcenter.org.


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Getting Started with WooCommerce: Build Your Professional Store with Ease

Getting Started with WooCommerce: Build Your Professional Store with Ease
Getting Started with WooCommerce: Build Your Professional Store with EaseGetting Started with WooCommerce: Build Your Professional Store with Ease

Wed, Jan 20, 2021 2:00 PM – Wed, Jan 20, 2021 3:30 PM Getting Started with WooCommerce: Build Your Professional Store with Ease

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Do you want to sell your products or services and start an online store? Need something that is simple to follow and doesn’t delve deep into the techie stuff?

If so, you’re in the right place. WooCommerce is an incredible option.

WooCommerce is by far the most used eCommerce platform in the world. In this webinar, we will learn how to set up your website to sell products in this simple, cost-effective, and easy-to-manage solution.

Event tags: web design, WordPress, e-commerce, WooCommerce

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Wed, Jan 20, 2021 Getting Started with WooCommerce: Build Your Professional Store with Ease

Do you want to sell your products or services and start an online store? Need something that is simple to follow and doesn’t delve deep into the techie stuff?

If so, you’re in the right place. WooCommerce is an incredible option.

WooCommerce is by far the most used eCommerce platform in the world. In this webinar, we will learn how to set up your website to sell products in this simple, cost-effective, and easy-to-manage solution.


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A New Day for Climate Action

A New Day for Climate Action
A New Day for Climate ActionA New Day for Climate Action

Tue, Jan 19, 2021 4:00 PM – Tue, Jan 19, 2021 6:30 PM A New Day for Climate Action

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FEATURED SPEAKERS

 

Fred Krupp – Moderator

President

Fred Krupp has guided EDF for three decades. A leading voice on climate change, energy, and sustainability, he is a champion for harnessing the power of the marketplace to protect our environment.

Under Krupp’s leadership, EDF has become one of the world’s most influential environmental organizations. He has focused international attention on the problem of methane emissions from the oil-and-gas system and led EDF’s innovative corporate partnerships with FedEx, KKR, McDonald’s, Walmart and others. EDF’s annual operating budget has grown from $3 million to over $180 million, staff has increased from 50 to more than 700, and membership has expanded from 40,000 to over 2.5 million.

Krupp was educated at Yale and the University of Michigan Law School, and received an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree from Haverford College.

Mark Brownstein

Senior Vice President, Energy

Mark leads EDF’s Energy Program, bringing over 25 years of energy and environmental experience to the job. Past experience includes serving in senior environmental and corporate strategy management positions in the utility industry, an attorney in private practice specializing in the Clean Air Act, a state air quality regulator, and an aide to a member of the US House of Representatives. Mark serves on the US Department of Transportation’s Technical Pipeline Safety Standards Committee, and the Advisory Committee of the University of Pennsylvania’s Kleinman Energy Center. Mark has taught Energy Project Finance at NYU Law School and U.S. Energy Policy at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA). He has a J.D. from the University of Michigan Law School, and a B.A. from Vassar College. Phi Beta Kappa. Truman Scholar.

Elizabeth Gore

Senior Vice President, Political Affairs

Elizabeth brings decades of experience working in Washington, DC to advance EDF’s policy priorities through the political system. As Senior Vice President for Political Affairs, Elizabeth leads a team of lobbyists and advocates aimed at creating cleaner air and water, safer communities, healthier kids and a livable planet. She also works with EDF’s partners across the political spectrum and works to take EDF policy goals and make them a reality.

Elizabeth served in senior positions in the U.S. House of Representatives, the Office of Management and Budget, and the U.S. Senate. Throughout her career she has focused on energy and the environmental policy. Prior to her time at EDF, she also worked in the private sector, representing a range of energy and environmental interests.

Nat Keohane

Senior Vice President, Climate

Nathaniel Keohane is an economist, advocate, and expert on climate, environment, and energy issues in the United States and globally. Keohane is Senior Vice President for Climate at Environmental Defense Fund, a leading nonprofit advocacy organization based in New York.

In 2011-2012, he served in the Obama Administration as Special Assistant to the President for Energy and Environment in the National Economic Council and Domestic Policy Council, where he helped to develop and coordinate administration policy on a wide range of energy and environmental issues. Prior to joining the Administration, Dr. Keohane was Director of Economic Policy and Analysis and then Chief Economist at EDF, playing a lead role in efforts to enact comprehensive cap-and-trade legislation in Congress.

Vickie Patton

General Counsel

Vickie serves as Environmental Defense Fund’s General Counsel and manages the organization’s national and regional clean air programs. For two decades, she has worked to protect human health and the environment from air pollution. She has been involved in numerous rulemakings under the Clean Air Act and associated cases (including several successful cases before the U.S. Supreme Court), testified before congressional and state legislative committees, and authored several articles on air quality protection and environmental policy. 

Prior to joining Environmental Defense Fund, Vickie worked at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of General Counsel in Washington, D.C., where she provided legal counsel on a variety of national air quality initiatives  

Event tags: join leaders from Environmental Defense Fund for a discussion of the window of opportunity we have now to make a meaningful difference for the future of our climate and the health of our families and communities – while helping to build a more equitable and prosperous America for all.

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Tue, Jan 19, 2021 A New Day for Climate Action

FEATURED SPEAKERS

 

Fred Krupp – Moderator

President

Fred Krupp has guided EDF for three decades. A leading voice on climate change, energy, and sustainability, he is a champion for harnessing the power of the marketplace to protect our environment.

Under Krupp’s leadership, EDF has become one of the world’s most influential environmental organizations. He has focused international attention on the problem of methane emissions from the oil-and-gas system and led EDF’s innovative corporate partnerships with FedEx, KKR, McDonald’s, Walmart and others. EDF’s annual operating budget has grown from $3 million to over $180 million, staff has increased from 50 to more than 700, and membership has expanded from 40,000 to over 2.5 million.

Krupp was educated at Yale and the University of Michigan Law School, and received an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree from Haverford College.

Mark Brownstein

Senior Vice President, Energy

Mark leads EDF’s Energy Program, bringing over 25 years of energy and environmental experience to the job. Past experience includes serving in senior environmental and corporate strategy management positions in the utility industry, an attorney in private practice specializing in the Clean Air Act, a state air quality regulator, and an aide to a member of the US House of Representatives. Mark serves on the US Department of Transportation’s Technical Pipeline Safety Standards Committee, and the Advisory Committee of the University of Pennsylvania’s Kleinman Energy Center. Mark has taught Energy Project Finance at NYU Law School and U.S. Energy Policy at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA). He has a J.D. from the University of Michigan Law School, and a B.A. from Vassar College. Phi Beta Kappa. Truman Scholar.

Elizabeth Gore

Senior Vice President, Political Affairs

Elizabeth brings decades of experience working in Washington, DC to advance EDF’s policy priorities through the political system. As Senior Vice President for Political Affairs, Elizabeth leads a team of lobbyists and advocates aimed at creating cleaner air and water, safer communities, healthier kids and a livable planet. She also works with EDF’s partners across the political spectrum and works to take EDF policy goals and make them a reality.

Elizabeth served in senior positions in the U.S. House of Representatives, the Office of Management and Budget, and the U.S. Senate. Throughout her career she has focused on energy and the environmental policy. Prior to her time at EDF, she also worked in the private sector, representing a range of energy and environmental interests.

Nat Keohane

Senior Vice President, Climate

Nathaniel Keohane is an economist, advocate, and expert on climate, environment, and energy issues in the United States and globally. Keohane is Senior Vice President for Climate at Environmental Defense Fund, a leading nonprofit advocacy organization based in New York.

In 2011-2012, he served in the Obama Administration as Special Assistant to the President for Energy and Environment in the National Economic Council and Domestic Policy Council, where he helped to develop and coordinate administration policy on a wide range of energy and environmental issues. Prior to joining the Administration, Dr. Keohane was Director of Economic Policy and Analysis and then Chief Economist at EDF, playing a lead role in efforts to enact comprehensive cap-and-trade legislation in Congress.

Vickie Patton

General Counsel

Vickie serves as Environmental Defense Fund’s General Counsel and manages the organization’s national and regional clean air programs. For two decades, she has worked to protect human health and the environment from air pollution. She has been involved in numerous rulemakings under the Clean Air Act and associated cases (including several successful cases before the U.S. Supreme Court), testified before congressional and state legislative committees, and authored several articles on air quality protection and environmental policy. 

Prior to joining Environmental Defense Fund, Vickie worked at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of General Counsel in Washington, D.C., where she provided legal counsel on a variety of national air quality initiatives  


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Creating Our Future Now: Exploring the Possibility Accelerator Formula

Creating Our Future Now: Exploring the Possibility Accelerator Formula
Creating Our Future Now: Exploring the Possibility Accelerator FormulaCreating Our Future Now: Exploring the Possibility Accelerator Formula

Fri, Jan 15, 2021 2:00 PM – Fri, Jan 15, 2021 3:15 PM Creating Our Future Now: Exploring the Possibility Accelerator Formula

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FREE Live Webinar

Please join us for our ConnectIONS Live session: Creating Our Future Now.

In this free webinar we will explore the Possibility Accelerator Formula, a research-based noetic framework designed to support you in fostering transformation.

By the end of this webinar you’ll understand how you can apply these simple but powerful concepts and practices to any and all change projects — for yourself, for your family, for your community, and for the world!

Register at: https://noetic.org/event/creating-future-now/

Event tags: free webinar, nonprofit, Noetic Institute

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FREE Live Webinar

Please join us for our ConnectIONS Live session: Creating Our Future Now.

In this free webinar we will explore the Possibility Accelerator Formula, a research-based noetic framework designed to support you in fostering transformation.

By the end of this webinar you’ll understand how you can apply these simple but powerful concepts and practices to any and all change projects — for yourself, for your family, for your community, and for the world!

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Possibility Accelerator Experience Workshop

Possibility Accelerator Experience Workshop
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Fri, Jan 15, 2021 3:00 AM – Sat, Jan 16, 2021 2:30 AM Possibility Accelerator Experience Workshop

Online Event

Three Registration Options!
Standard Tuition: $179
Scholarship: $119
Pay It Forward: $199

Learn More & Register Today: https://noetic.org/experience/possibility-accelerator/

This Possibility Accelerator Experience is an online workshop designed to guide you in exploring and energizing your moonshot. This research-based program focuses on noetic concepts, tools, and practices to support you in creating any personal or collective transformation.

This workshop is designed to deepen the connections to the common ground of reality, and to spark inspiration that will lead us each to our individual moonshots.

Whether your moonshot is a personal goal, a desire for your family or community, or a vision for the world-at-large, we invite you to tune into the interconnected “inner space” of reality to accelerate the possibilities and create our future.

Workshop Schedule:
Self-paced Study:

– Friday, January 15 – FOUNDATIONS module opens

– Monday, January 18 – IMAGINE module opens

– Monday, January 25 – REVEAL module opens

– Monday, February 1 – IGNITE module opens

Live Interactive Q&A Sessions via Zoom:

– Thursday, February 4, 11am PST

– Friday, February 19, 5pm PST

– Monday, March 1, 11am PST

Community Online Forum:

Friday, January 15 – Monday, March 15

Learn More & Register Today: https://noetic.org/experience/possibility-accelerator/

Event tags: nonprofit, Noetic Institute, online workshop

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Fri, Jan 15, 2021 Possibility Accelerator Experience Workshop

Three Registration Options!
Standard Tuition: $179
Scholarship: $119
Pay It Forward: $199

Learn More & Register Today: https://noetic.org/experience/possibility-accelerator/

This Possibility Accelerator Experience is an online workshop designed to guide you in exploring and energizing your moonshot. This research-based program focuses on noetic concepts, tools, and practices to support you in creating any personal or collective transformation.

This workshop is designed to deepen the connections to the common ground of reality, and to spark inspiration that will lead us each to our individual moonshots.

Whether your moonshot is a personal goal, a desire for your family or community, or a vision for the world-at-large, we invite you to tune into the interconnected “inner space” of reality to accelerate the possibilities and create our future.

Workshop Schedule:
Self-paced Study:

– Friday, January 15 – FOUNDATIONS module opens

– Monday, January 18 – IMAGINE module opens

– Monday, January 25 – REVEAL module opens

– Monday, February 1 – IGNITE module opens

Live Interactive Q&A Sessions via Zoom:

– Thursday, February 4, 11am PST

– Friday, February 19, 5pm PST

– Monday, March 1, 11am PST

Community Online Forum:

Friday, January 15 – Monday, March 15

Learn More & Register Today: https://noetic.org/experience/possibility-accelerator/


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History Happy Hour: Martin Luther King Jr. In Indiana

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Thu, Jan 14, 2021 5:30 PM – Thu, Jan 14, 2021 6:30 PM History Happy Hour: Martin Luther King Jr. In Indiana

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Registration closes 2 hours prior to the start of the program. To reserve a spot, visit: https://indianahistory.org/events/history-happy-hour-martin-luther-king-jr-in-indiana/

Free Program. Additional opportunities available to support IHS as we continue collecting, preserving, and sharing Indiana’s history.

Stay connected with the stories of your state while you are at home. Bring your own beverage and join us for a series of insightful conversations with some of Indiana’s most interesting scholars.

No matter where he went, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was a catalyst for change, fostering a message of peace and equity around civil and human rights. On the eve of Dr. King’s birthday, join I.H.S. archivist Susan Hall Dodson, to hear the stories and impact of this important leader on the Hoosier state.

History Happy Hour made possible with support from Lake City Bank and supported by the Robin and Charlitta Winston Family Fund for African American History.

Event tags: nonprofit, social justice, Indiana Historical Society, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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Thu, Jan 14, 2021 History Happy Hour: Martin Luther King Jr. In Indiana

Registration closes 2 hours prior to the start of the program. To reserve a spot, visit: https://indianahistory.org/events/history-happy-hour-martin-luther-king-jr-in-indiana/

Free Program. Additional opportunities available to support IHS as we continue collecting, preserving, and sharing Indiana’s history.

Stay connected with the stories of your state while you are at home. Bring your own beverage and join us for a series of insightful conversations with some of Indiana’s most interesting scholars.

No matter where he went, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was a catalyst for change, fostering a message of peace and equity around civil and human rights. On the eve of Dr. King’s birthday, join I.H.S. archivist Susan Hall Dodson, to hear the stories and impact of this important leader on the Hoosier state.

History Happy Hour made possible with support from Lake City Bank and supported by the Robin and Charlitta Winston Family Fund for African American History.


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Soundspace

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Soundspace 1125 E Brookside Ave Indianapolis, Indiana 46202

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Soundspace Beta is a music rehearsal and recording facility located on 10th and Mass Ave, in downtown Indianapolis, designed as a testing ground for our future large-scale facilities. Membership to Soundspace Beta is paid monthly, and artists book their time on a community calendar.



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Thu, Jan 14, 2021 7:00 PM - Thu, Jan 14, 2021 9:00 PM @ Soundspace

* MUST RSVP TO ATTEND. Only 15 available seats for social distancing *

The Indianapolis Ableton User Group & Soundspace have teamed up for another Track Feedback!

Bring ONE finished OR unfinished song to share with the group and get feedback by artists and producers.

Bring your music on a phone or computer and adapter to plug in the sound system. AUX cable provided.

Hosted by Ableton Certified Trainer & Grammy experienced engineer Dan Giffin.

Sponsored by Leo’s Wellness Bakery. CBD desserts for sale.

Free event. Masks required for entry.

Dan Giffin: www.ableton.com/en/certified-training/dan-giffin/
Leo’s Wellness Bakery: www.instagram.com/leoswellnessbakery

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Stories to Watch 2021 | World Resources Institute

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Wed, Jan 13, 2021 9:00 AM – Wed, Jan 13, 2021 10:30 AM Stories to Watch 2021 | World Resources Institute

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2020 was nothing like any of us could have imagined. Instead of a big year for climate action and progress on other sustainability issues, the world was disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic and its economic fallout. As we look ahead, there are signs of hope, especially with the emergence of a vaccine, but the world continues to grapple with major challenges.

Join WRI on January 13, as we look to the big moments, trends and people that will shape the world in 2021. For the 18th annual Stories to Watch, WRI President and CEO Andrew Steer will share insights why 2021 could set a foundation for a cleaner, sustainable and more equitable future.

Will the world recover from COVID-19? How will the incoming Biden administration influence the direction, and which other leaders will emerge? What technologies will breakthrough? And, will we learn the right lessons from the year like no other?

You won’t want to miss Stories to Watch 2021 as we look at what will happen on climate, the environment, human development and the economy in the year ahead.

Event tags: nonprofit, social justice, World Resources Institute, Stories To Watch 2021

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January 13, 2021 10:30 AM
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Wed, Jan 13, 2021 Stories to Watch 2021 | World Resources Institute

2020 was nothing like any of us could have imagined. Instead of a big year for climate action and progress on other sustainability issues, the world was disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic and its economic fallout. As we look ahead, there are signs of hope, especially with the emergence of a vaccine, but the world continues to grapple with major challenges.

Join WRI on January 13, as we look to the big moments, trends and people that will shape the world in 2021. For the 18th annual Stories to Watch, WRI President and CEO Andrew Steer will share insights why 2021 could set a foundation for a cleaner, sustainable and more equitable future.

Will the world recover from COVID-19? How will the incoming Biden administration influence the direction, and which other leaders will emerge? What technologies will breakthrough? And, will we learn the right lessons from the year like no other?

You won’t want to miss Stories to Watch 2021 as we look at what will happen on climate, the environment, human development and the economy in the year ahead.


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