Advancing a Just and Inclusive Culture: learning and advocacy series
The North Sound Collaborative Action Network presents a learning and advocacy interactive webinar series for 2022, Advancing a Just and Inclusive Culture. Each month, we will host a presentation with local and national experts and interactive breakout rooms on topics grounded in equity and vital conditions for our work in the North Sound. Our working groups in the Network, called Cohorts, will be alternating our topics each month and bringing you rich discussion and challenging ideas.
To attend the live webinar, register here and add the Zoom calendar link to your own calendar. The recordings and resources from each month’s session will be added to this collection shortly after the live presentation.
November: Emergency Preparedness
FEMA Tools for Practitioners
‘Listens’ team helps community recover
Emergency Preparedness – learning session slide deck
Emergency Preparedness – learning session recording
Fire in Paradise
Cooked: Survival by Zip Code
October: Reimagining Data
This session featured Jason McGill of Northwest Youth Services, Amy Rydel of Whatcom County Health Department, and Dr. Andres Lopez, PhD, and Dr. Mira Mohsini, PhD, of Coalition of Communities of Color. Please review the presentation slides, resources shared by our speakers, and re-watch or share the recording.
Race, Ethnicity, Language, and Disability (REALD) Implementation
Washington Environmental Health Disparities Map
Measuring Mobility from Poverty
Suspending Damage: A Letter to Communities
Reimagining Data – learning session recording
Reimagining Data – learning session slide deck
September: Mobile Integrated Health
In September 2022, our Care Coordination Cohort prepared a discussion on Mobile Integrated Health, which helps community members navigate complex, disconnected, and disorganized systems of care and services as one strategy for meeting patients where they are and providing care in the community. This session featured Alessa Lopez-Castor of Consistent Care, Adam Davis of the Health Commons Project, Jim Reinhardt of Tulalip Bay Fire, and Mike Hilley of Whatcom County Emergency Medical Services. Please review the presentation slides, resources shared by our speakers, and re-watch or share the recording.
Mobile Integrated Health – learning session recording
Mobile Integrated Health – learning session slide deck
Mobile Integrated Healthcare Intervention and Impact Analysis with a Medicare Advantage Population
Street Medicine Institute
GRACE and LEAD Programs
July: Reducing Stigma
In July 2022, our Practice Transformation Cohort team prepared a discussion on Reducing Stigma: how can we work together to mitigate and eliminate stigma. We know stigma negatively impacts community members, particularly as they try to navigate systems to support their mental health, sexual health, and/or substance use disorder treatment. In order for people to better access care, we need to reduce stigma.
This session will help us recognize and combat the ways that stigma shapes our interpersonal, organizational, and systemic experiences. Please review the resources shared by our speakers, and re-watch or share the recording.
Mount Baker Presbyterian Ministry Update
Reducing Stigma: learning session recording
Creating the Future
#I Can Help
Shout Your Abortion
Sex, Race, and Politics in the U.S.
Centering Racial Justice in Sex Education
Clergy couple share lived experience
Hiding in Plain Sight documentary
Exploring Practice Transformation: Reducing Stigma
June: Racial Justice: Acts of Resistance
Center for Guided Pathways
Anti-racist Resources: Google Doc
A Community Builder’s Toolkit
Racial Justice: Acts of Resistance webinar
May: Meaningful Work & Wealth
Meaningful Work & Wealth learning session
Meaningful Work & Wealth: Advancing a Just and Inclusive Culture series [slide deck]
Remaking the Economy: Closing the Racial Wealth Gap
The Big Shift: An Economy Built for Thriving Together
Prosperity Now 2022 Federal Policy Priorities Brief
Seven Vital Conditions for Health and Well-Being
Thriving Together: A Springboard for Equitable Recovery and Resilience in Communities Across America
April: Land Back
In April 2022, our Equity team prepared a discussion on Land Back: Beyond Land Acknowledgment to Stewardship, Decolonization, and Reconciliation. The concept of Land Back is an organizing campaign that seeks to return political and economic control of land to Indigenous people. This session featured North Sound ACH Tribal & Community Liaison Michaela Vendiola, and Dr. Kelly Gonzales of the Indigenous Equity Institute. Please review the presentation slides, resources shared by our speakers, and re-watch or share the recording.