Wednesday, March 30, 2016 - 9:00am to Thursday, March 31, 2016 - 5:00pm EDT
Winthrop University Hospital Welcoming Center, 1300 Franklin Ave., Garden City, NY
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Join grantmakers from across New York State committed to learning more about how the social, economic, and political landscapes of the state’s fascinating and diverse regions connect to statewide grassroots campaigns & policies.
Long Island’s unique character is shaped by urban, suburban, and rural settings, providing an ideal laboratory for exploring community efforts seeking education equality for children, labor rights for farmworkers, environmental and racial justice for marginalized communities, equitable economic development, and more.
From Hempstead to Riverhead, from Wyandanch to the Hamptons, you will:
- Meet and work with other grantmakers to explore the interdependence of different regions in New York State
- Hear from dynamic organizations and individuals about successes and challenges of local community engagement strategies
- Understand the strength of Long Island’s rich diversity and the history of the region’s segregation
- Examine the region’s importance to statewide policies that affect all New Yorkers
All interested funders.
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