Have issue viewing this email? Click here
Weekly Rundown
At this time of grief and frustration, AKA|Strategy stands in solidarity with the black community. The unnecessary and tragic deaths of Ahmaud Arbery, George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and countless others painfully illustrate the lack of progress towards a just and equal society. As a nation, we have a long way to go to eradicate racism and police brutality. AKA is committed to bringing about constructive, prompt change and partnering with higher education institutions, arts & culture organizations, other nonprofits and their leaders to do so.

In this edition, we want to share articles addressing the turmoil of the past few weeks.
What you might have missed earlier this week:
From The New York Times:
By Tonya Russell
Employers need to be particularly mindful of their black employees while the country grapples with the recent events. They should acknowledge the situation and encourage their employees to take steps to maintain their well-being and mental health. Read this article

From The Atlantic
The year 2020 might seem as bad, or worse, than 1968. What are the similarities and differences of the events and, most importantly, of the leadership? Read this article
From The Chronicle of Philanthropy:
By Suzette Brooks Masters
With democracy and the rule of law being so palpably threatened, grant makers need to be particularly mindful about how they allocate their funding. Strategic, long-term defense of our democratic system and values should be at the forefront of philanthropy. Read this article

Follow Us
AKA Strategy
590 Madison Avenue - 21st Floor
New York , NY 10022
United States
You are receiving this email because you have some relationship with a member of AKA|Strategy or because you opted in at our website, If you'd like to unsubscribe, you can do so below.

Email Marketing by ActiveCampaign