Plenary II at Queer Dreams and Nonprofit Blues Conference featuring Elana Redfield (Staff Attorney and Project Director, Sylvia Rivera Law Project); Paulina Helm-Hernandez (Co-Director, Southerners on New Ground); and Maria Carolina Morales (Programs Co-Director, Community United Against Violence). Moderated by Dean Spade (Seattle University School of Law and Columbia Law School).
This panel features representatives from organizations that have sought to build alternatives to the traditional ways of working within non-profit structures. Describing the alternatives they have developed, as well as the challenges and opportunities that exist in their novel approaches, topics include scale and impact, tax status, hierarchies inside organizations, racial justice organizational development approaches, collective governance, salary structures, volunteer work, community accountability, membership structures, funding, conflict resolution and more.
Recorded October 4, 2013 at Queer Dreams and Nonprofit Blues: Dilemmas of the Nonprofit Tradition in LGBT Politics, sponsored by the Engaging Tradition Project at the Center for Gender and Sexuality Law at Columbia Law School and the Barnard Center for Research on Women, held at Columbia Law School. For more information see bcrw.barnard.edu/queerdreams/
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