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59 minutes | Sep 25, 2020
Systems are stories: Adaptations for today that build justice for tomorrow.
In this episode, we talk with Meena Natarajan And Dipankar Mukherjee of Pangea World Theater in Minneapolis Minnesota. Pangea World Theater is a member of the Beta Cohort of LANE. Meena and Dipankar share the adaptations made during the pandemic that have deepened the way their mission lives in the world.
66 minutes | Aug 18, 2020
The Cornerstone Series - Racial Justice with Wesley Taylor
This episode is the fourth installment of our Cornerstone Series, Racial Justice. The cornerstones are the pedagogy that guide the work we do. The Cornerstones are Emergence, Popular Education, Design Justice and Racial Justice/Cultural Equity.Artist, professor, curator and activist Wesley Taylor shares with us how to recognize when spaces are racist, the role of racialized capitalism in equity and how to navigate one's positionality and power to move towards justice.
53 minutes | Aug 9, 2020
The Cornerstone Series - Popular Education with Marquez Rhyne
This episode is the third installment in our cornerstone series. LANE (Leveraging a Network for Equity) uses the cornerstones to guide our work and operationalize the concept on equity. The four cornerstones are Emergence, Racial Justice/Cultural Equity, Popular Education and Design Justice.Marquez Rhyne is founder and principal consultant at Inventive Interventions LLC. Marquez coaches leaders in arts, social justice, formal and popular education institutions by curating experiences and creating materials to improve their effectiveness. He is also program manager at The Narrative Initiative. He works at the Nexus of Art and Culture, Policies and Practices, Wellness and Transformation.
60 minutes | Jun 24, 2020
Mind over Matter: How Shifting Our Thoughts Shifted Our Organizational Health
In this episode, we talk with Anjee Helstrup-Alvarez, Executive Director and Letecia Rodriguez, Director of Operations at MACLA/Movimiento de Arte y Cultura Latino Americana in San Jose California. MACLA is a member of the Alpha Cohort of LANE, the first group of organizations to engage in the 4 years process. Anjee and Letecia share how their understanding of organizational health was curtailed by racialized conditions and how moving towards a people-centered infrastructure is giving them new vitality. Enjoy.
40 minutes | May 19, 2020
Creating Secular Social Space in the Rural South
Welcome to Season 2 of TACtile, a practical guide to Transforming Arts and Culture. We are excited to continue to share this ideological and practical road to organizational transformation.In this episode, we talk with Jackie Clay, Executive Director and Audra Tignor, Operations Director of the Coleman Center for the Arts in York Alabama. The Coleman Center is a member of the Beta Cohort of Leveraging a Network for Equity. Enjoy Jackie and Audra discussing how the racial history of a place informs organizational decisions, the relationship between personal and organizational transformation and reimagining capacity growth.
53 minutes | Oct 9, 2019
Looking back to Move Forward: The role of legacy and relationships in planning for the future
In this episode, we talk with Stephanie McKee Anderson and Damia Khanboubi of Junebug Productions, a 40 year old presenting and producing company based in New Orleans Louisiana. Stephanie and Damia share the importance of being connected to a legacy and how to iterate without losing your center. https://junebugproductions.org/
55 minutes | Jul 18, 2019
Queering Organizational Change: Trust the rollercoaster
In this episode we talk with Harold Steward and Evelyn Francis, Producing Co-executive Directors of The Theater Offensive in Boston Massachusetts. The Theater Offensive is a member of the Beta Cohort of LANE and has been on an organizational journey from a white led organization serving, supporting and employing people of color to and arts organization of color. Listen to them share what they have learned about themselves and organizational development along this journey.
45 minutes | Jun 20, 2019
The Cornerstone Series - Design Justice with Una Lee
This episode is the second installment in our cornerstone series. LANE ( Leveraging a Network for Equity) uses the cornerstones to operationalize the concept of equity. The four cornerstones are Emergence, Racial Justice/Cultural Equity, Popular Education and Design Justice.Una Lee, principal at andalsotoo and Director of Design at Allied Media Projects, talks with us about design justice. She discusses the needs that gave birth to this idea, core tenets and it applicability to everything we do. Enjoy.
50 minutes | May 21, 2019
Moving from a physical place to an idea: Lesson from THE Myrna Loy
In this episode, we talk with Krys Holmes Executive Director of The Myrna Loy Center in Helena Montana. The Myrna Loy is one of two rural organization in LANE. Listen to Krys talk about her and the Myrna's experience as the only predominantly white organization inside an initiative the centers racial justice. There is so much to learn.
53 minutes | Apr 25, 2019
The Non-Linear Nature of Change: A Conversation with the Central District Forum of Arts and Ideas ( CD Forum)
In this episode, we spend time talking with LANE Alpha Cohort Member CD Forum of Seattle Washington. As an organization dedicated to presenting emerging Black arts, artists, and ideas in the greater Seattle area , Executive Artistic Director Sharon Williams, Program Manager Merri Anne Osborne and Business Development Manager Nina Yarbrough share with us the the ways their work connects to community and how to manage unexpected challenges during times of transition. Happy 20th anniversary CD Forum. Here's to many more. www.cdforum.org
60 minutes | Mar 27, 2019
The Cornerstone Series - Emergence (with andrienne maree brown)
adrienne maree brown, author of Emergent Strategy & Pleasure Activism and co-editor of Octavia’s Brood, is a social justice facilitator focused on black liberation, a doula/healer, and a pleasure activist. She lives in Detroit. Emergent Strategy: Shaping Change, Changing Worlds by andrienne maree brown Pleasure Activism: The Politics of Feeling Good by andrienne maree brown
70 minutes | Feb 20, 2019
Transformation is Necessary: LANE Alpha at the NPN 2018 Annual Conference
This episode was recorded at the NPN Annual Conference in Pittsburgh, PA in December 2018. In this episode the LANE Alpha Cohort shares their take on what is required to make large organizational shifts.
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