Episode 30, 2 min listen
Here at State of Inclusion, we are working on a capstone project of sorts. We are using all that we've learned from our conversations and research to suggest an approach, a practice for building a more inclusive world one community at a time. We will initially publish these ideas as a podcast series. We've created a new page on our website, which will house these episodes along with other assets and resources we will share. New episodes in this series will be released over the coming months. We've started by sharing two introductory episodes that provide an overview of The Practice of Building a More Inclusive Community.
We are very interested in hearing your feedback on these intro episodes. Also, we are actively looking for a few communities that might be interested in exploring these ideas further and perhaps working with us to help test and tune some of these concepts. If you have comments, feedback, or are interested in learning more - email us at email@example.com
Hi, this is Ame Sanders from state of inclusion. You may know that for the last several years, we've been on a journey, a journey of research, discovery, and most importantly of conversation. In these conversations, we've heard how individuals all across the country are working to make their communities more equitable, more inclusive, and more just.
We've talked with people who are working with and within their city governments, in museums, in nonprofits. We've talked with people who are working across their faith community. We've talked with artists, librarians, with filmmakers, and we've talked with people who are acknowledging the past and are focused on Remembrance and healing, as well as people who come at this work with a decidedly forward-looking orientation.
From our work, we have distilled and synthesized what we’ve learned. And now, we are creating a series of episodes where we suggest an approach, a practice. The Practice of Building a More Inclusive Community.
In this new series of episodes, we will share four foundational elements that underpin our thinking and we will explore six areas of practice for building a more inclusive world, one community at time.
Click the link in the shownotes to listen to our 2 introductory episodes.
Host: Ame Sanders
Social Media and Marketing Coordinator: Kayla Nelson
Podcast Coordinator: Emma Winiski
Sound: FAROUT Media