This webinar recording features a conversation with Gabriela Alcade and Lauress Lawrence from the Elmina B. Sewall Foundation, together with representatives from community-based organizations, Fowsia Musse from Maine Community Integration and Lisa Sockabasin from Wabanaki Public Health and Wellness.
They discuss the strategies being used to shift power in Lewiston-Auburn and Wabanaki communities, their experiences about what is working and what they are learning along the way.
For an overview of topics discussed and questions from participants that were answered, please see the YouTube description.
- Lisa Attygalle, Tamarack Institute
- Gabriela Alcalde, Sewall Foundation
- Lauress Lawrence, Sewall Foundation
- Fowsia Musse, Maine Community Integration
- Lisa Sockabasin, Wabanaki Public Health and Wellness
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- See the case study about the Sewall Foundation: Shifting From a Funder-Driven to Community-Driven Process
- Learn about the Tamarack Institute's work in participatory grantmaking