Equity in the Center is looking for an Editor-in-Chief to lead editorial and strategy for the Anti-Racism Daily (ARD), a media platform dedicated to dismantling white supremacy. This individual will work alongside the founder as she transitions from the organization, and lead the organization and its team in an exciting new chapter. This role is ideal for an experienced, passionate individual that’s eager to lead a fast-paced startup.
Woke @ Work
Inspiration and encouragement for building a Race Equity Culture
Structural change is essential to building a Race Equity Culture™. And, too often, organizations attempt this change without paying enough attention to the container that holds them in this work. We offer that a critical step in building a Race Equity Culture is deciding to be together differently. This means acknowledging that multiple, interlocking systems of oppression operate in the team’s environment and taking conscious measures to subvert those.
As we continue this period of rapid growth, we are now looking for an Operations Manager. This is a full-time role (32 hours per week). Reporting to the Vice President of Operations, the new Operations Manager will be a key leader who supports the President, maintains current internal systems and processes, manages relationships with vendors, oversees event logistics, and partners with leadership on the long-term growth and expansion of the ops team.
As a start-up organization, we’re experiencing a period of rapid growth and transition. We are grateful to each stakeholder that has supported EiC’s work since our debut in 2017! Cross-sector support from race equity leaders, champions, and funders has been crucial in positioning us for this moment of transformation.
Equity in the Center is hiring for the VP of Operations, a role that will be critical to our start-up organization’s growth and sustainability! The VP will be responsible for building and running cross-functional processes that touch every employee at EiC.
With three recent mass shootings in Buffalo, New York, Orange Country, California, and Uvalde, Texas, we’ve seen, yet again, how deeply white supremacy and violence are embedded in the fabric of this nation. We are heartbroken for these victims and their families. We are angry that “thoughts and prayers” are offered but action to prevent gun violence, which disproportionately affects BIPOC, is not.
This post, originally published on December 17, 2020, is relevant