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"rinku" Discussed on Archives of Fabella

Archives of Fabella

05:09 min | 2 months ago

"rinku" Discussed on Archives of Fabella

"Is life beyond our world. there is fab scorpio. Eighth fifty to seventy f- why for about a year equal to october thirtieth twelve seventy ad earth year. It's the age of monsters for bellas medieval era and half links consisting of trolls. Doors and entex are widely enslaved across the world many slaves dream of escaping to the free nation of the fantasia republic fantasia located approximately where the pacific coast of north america would be on a map of earth is the only nation but does not practice slavery. In this period the region is well known for harboring fugitive slaves heroic abolitionists secretly help to usher slaves to freedom on ships banned for fantasia port at fort. Rinku solis where they can begin. A new life of freedom one such troll slave hoping to make it to fantasia is elsa florin. Elsa is a stunning young beautiful female troll known as a trust as with all trolls in fabella she is short extremely siemian like and covered in brightly colored hair as the legend goes elsa had escaped from her abalone and master and made her way to palabras the elven kingdom in alvheim. Dolores served as a secret base operations for abolitionist merchants smuggling slaves to fantasia. These people were crew members on ships bound for the free nation in the west one of these freedom fighters is an elf named darlene. Fa- dear the boats wayne of a merchant class vessel who takes on the responsibility of escorting elsa to fort rookus oles but escape wound. Be easy they have a goblin bounty hunter. Who's in search of a reward that else's owners offer for the safe return of their property. Elsa knew in an instant that does goblin bounty hunter was going to try and bring her back into slavery. The goblin bounty hunter boards. The merchant ship having made a deal with the ship's captain as the ship sets off the bounty hunter searchers the vessel for elsa girlies does all he can to stall the bounty hunters search while elsa hunker down in the barrel below deck surviving off the little food. Garlic can bring her and using a pot to dump her bodily fluids in the ship continues to rome over the waves but about fifty miles away from fort vergassola the bounty hunter discovers elsa and fourteen other fugitive slaves. Gar elise has been smuggling to safety. Darlene is killed trying to save the fugitive slaves left with no other option. Elsa dives overboard into the sea to avoid being killed herself. She is pronounced dead by the ship's captain. Who finds no sign of her. But on scorpio aid very alive. Elsa is recovered by mermaids ten miles away from fort rookus. She had swam forty miles to battle through the rough current before her little body gave out elsa as brought to fort rookus olas were her story of freedom becomes legendary people are so astounded that her story inspires them to create the florin forty a marathon swimming event. That's hard for even murph oak to perform through rough waters the floor and forty even becomes a sporting event at fabella version of the olympics the paragon tournament and it only began with one little slaves quest for freedom. That's going to do it for us. Today subscribe now to get more new episodes right in your feed rate and review the podcast on itunes. Or wherever you listen to your podcasts. Send your questions. To archives of abella. At jameel dot com archives of abella is created produced and hosted by dylan foley with music by garrett fares and audio blocks books are available on amazon in e book and paperback as always look outside of what is possible and think not bound what might be..

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"rinku" Discussed on Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

03:35 min | 9 months ago

"rinku" Discussed on Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

"Was talking about the fact that The narrative initiative is working on strategy. And sort of you know what they want to be and one of the questions that we ask if we do strategy strategic we call called strategic vision. Ing is if your organization disappeared from society's hard-drive tomorrow What gap would there be. Who would fill it and it's a really. It's a useful. It's a useful device to hone in on your real purpose or to determine conversely that it's not quite so clear or there isn't that big a gap or someone else would clearly fillets so. I think these are good questions. All and i go back to something that you said. Rinku that is there a need for centralized decision making or do you think there needs to be centralized decision making so. Are you risk averse such that. You believe centralized decision making somehow or another reduces your risk and i think that's maybe that's the big takeaway from this conversation. Today is is what rinku is talking about is that it is incumbent upon all of us to be open to what what form some things should take right and to focus what it is you actually want to accomplish and not necessarily default to the institution model because it may in fact actually swart your ability to have the kind of impact in the world that you want to have and that there is also a lesson in this thinking more boldly being a bit more provocative being a bit more. Innovative is something so many people muscle so many people exercised in twenty twenty. That we certainly don't want that to atrophy so i just wanted to say thank you rinku. I usually well. I talked a lot at the beginning. I usually talk more. But i i i so much from this conversation and your wealth of knowledge is So apparent and i can't thank you enough for sharing it with our listeners. Who are very lucky. Indeed to have had the opportunity to listen to you today. Well they're lucky to have you joan And to be your listeners. Well thank you. Thank you very much so that's it for us today. I i if need to have another. Listen to take notes if you were on the elliptical machine or something totally should and what a great conversation to tee up with your board. Could you imagine sending this out as a pre listened to your board at a retreat to just get them thinking expansively about what might be possible. We're going to have to stretch our board members muscles in this regard in all different kinds of ways in order to make new things possible. So there's a little advice for today so in the meantime thank you so much for all the work that you do. Thanks for listening and Please stay safe. Hey thanks for spending time with me today. I hope you the conversation. Valuable as you navigate the messy world of nonprofits checkout all my other resources at job gary dot com pokey find them helpful to lastly thanks for the work due to repair the world in ways large and small next..

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"rinku" Discussed on Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

07:43 min | 9 months ago

"rinku" Discussed on Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

"Sort of if there's an example that comes to mind that We're something more from one to the other. Yeah i think black lives. Matter is a good example here and i think women's march is also a good example here as president of that board a little soc. Either it'd be great to talk about. Yeah in in both cases. Actually there was a a mobilization. At the beginning of it there was a framing of a social problem Black lives matters very clear. Framing and a women's march is a clear framing after the election of donald trump It wouldn't be as clear before trump was elected and it didn't happen before trump was elected that women's march was motivated by a very specific political Event and in in both cases. I think when you have a movement moment where millions of people get out on the streets or hundreds of thousands of people get out on the streets the likelihood that a whole lot of those people are new to organizing to protest to action is very high The first women's march seventy percent of the marchers had never marched before. They said they'd never gone to protest. They were not like weekend rally goers it was their first time and black lives matter. I think was That it probably wasn't seventy percent of newcomers but it certainly was a large percentage. And whenever you have a mobilization that brings a lot of new people into action One of the decision points is should we make organization out of this and not and occupy wall street decided not black. Lives matter decided. Yes and women's march decided yes and And i think women's march decided. Yes the most quickly because black lives matter actually The movement was grounded by organizations that did exist. They were called black lives matter organizations that they were black community organizations. That have been fighting on police brutality issues for decades right so I think you know. In both cases people decided to go on and build some organization or to support existing organization under the rubric of that movement. black lives matter or women's march and when they decided to do that because it felt like there was an opportunity to build something a little more permanent that needed to be built. I know all of the principals involved in both decisions. And i know that they weren't they weren't thinking. Oh let's build an organization just to build it just because we can they were thinking are people who hit. The streets need an ongoing way to intervene in local state national politics so that people can in the case of black lives matter End the cycle of police violence against black black votes so I'm never the one to judge whether some organization should have been built or not if it thought built then. I trust that the people involved made that decision thoughtfully and for for good reason so women's march. So what is it as an organization right so everybody knows what a women's marches right so the decision to become permanent I think i understand that sort of the the what propelled you to make a decision to become permanent. What is permanent. Look like for the women's march. Yeah so i wasn't. I wasn't part of women's march leadership in the first three three years But i but. I know some of the history and i think the purpose of it became to be an on ramp for new feminists and to Model multiracial feminism. To to do it. It's hard to bottle something. If you're not actually doing it. So i to build a A home for multiracial. Home for feminists of all ages and all identities and because women's march attracted so many first timers newbies. The organizational purpose has really become to provide an on ramp to ongoing organizing with your neighbors with your family members with your friends with other feminists. And so some of the kinds of things we do. Our we do a lot of education about how you organize and why people organized around the things they do. So why did black white is black. Lives matter organiz. We did a whole series of webinars are folks once When things happen minneapolis last summer so they could understand what protests against police violence has to do with feminism. What's the connection there. And so that we could Mature provide support In the form of money to black organizations in minneapolis We also did a ton of work on the election. And i remember one of my friends made calls with the democratic party on the front end and then During the election and the next week she made calls through women's march and she told me. I got so many more people willing to talk to me when i was calling from women's march than when i was calling from the party and i think i think that's because women's march is in fact a credible third party validated of Good politics so so it was You know we don't have self interest in who's an office except that they are good for women that do for women and that Opened up a road to a ton of election Turnout and registration that we We wanted to do and just to give you a sense of how women's march went around the limitations. We are a c. Four which means we can lobby but we still can't election year as a seat for you can't candidates you can to You can't spend all of your time and money doing election related stuff and so we built a packed because hats can do all of that So we we quickly saw the limitations of the form that we were in in the moment we were in and just built something else..

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"rinku" Discussed on Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

06:33 min | 9 months ago

"rinku" Discussed on Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

"But but there is room here and And the institutions that has planned in their strategy for some level of risk taking year after year. Knowing that things are going to change. Things are going to come up new People efforts issues are going to emerge. I think smart institutions committed institutions. Leave themselves some space in there Program plans for that in their budgets for that and they talk about it with their eighties and board boards of directors and senior leadership to be ready for those moments. It's interesting and this is a little bit of a digression. But i you know this demands. The kind of collaboration you're talking about does demand that board leadership be Sort of think about themselves as as more than folks who monitor and provide oversight. And and i actually actually think there's been a moment and twenty twenty where organizations not necessarily in the ways you've described but in other ways have had to be and innovative and take risks and do different things in order to survive to thrive to be able to do remarkable work with let fewer resources all of those things. And if there's a lesson to come out of twenty twenty it should be to market like hell to your boards about what value innovation and being bold and taking chances and moving a little quickly can actually have for your organization. Because i've seen all through last year that there were organizations that survived because of that yeah organizations that have the freedom to pivot when conditions changed so dramatically that you could not ignore it like nobody can ignore a pandemic You know if the country goes to goes to war as we did. After september eleventh lots of institutions didn't really have to deal with that in fact and and the american people didn't have to deal with that there wasn't a lot of shared sacrifice in the in the war on terror as it shaped up after September eleventh happened and I think you know people in institutions no their institutions best and some institutions are never going to be able to make that pivot no matter how traumatic but the context change is but i think what has shocked so many people out of the pandemic Including disability rights activists is how quickly so many institutions that had resisted writing a accommodations around disability. Just did it right because everybody needed it. They went to remote weren't they bought people Whatever technology they needed to be able to work remotely they became very flexible with their time policies. Which just goes to show you that. All of that could have been happening. Yes as that. it's Kind of a us. It's a stuck nece that prevent says from It just meeting the needs of our people it it wasn't like no one at I'll just use my own race forward. Where i used to work at the president. You know we had a. We had a limited work from home policy but we have offices and and we also wanted to be able to hire people who weren't who didn't live near those offices so we could have gone all fully remote probably ten years ago and And i and. I suspect although i don't know the daily operations there anymore. I suspect that they won't come out of this pandemic period With the same office at co working for. I'm sure that they won't and just to go back to your how you know your work today that it is incumbent upon the organizations to tell the story the narrative of this innovation to their boards as as something that should be part of the dna of the organization going forward as opposed to these special little things we did because we because we were in the middle of a pandemic and how you shape that narrative with your board might just make all the difference in them seeing their own role and the power of innovation in a in a really different way so just to add quickly that when you're trying to set a new narrative whether it's at the organizational level or something larger some key things. Are you want to start with values. Why why did we do this thing. Because we value the health of our people and because we want them to have what they need to be able to do their work You want to start with values and you have to be prepared to do a ton of repetition. So just you're gonna say it every time you get on the phone with a board member it's going to be at the top of every memo you write about how things are going so values and repetition thinking about those two things. Well we'll help shift organizational. That is why rinku sen is my guest. Today is Is the executive director of the narrative initiative. Which is a project of the new venture fund that seeks to change an influence narratives surrounding issues of equity and social justice and she is a longtime writer and social justice strategist So rinku are there organizations. That began organically. And then we're either sort of giron evolved into organizations or institutions like. I'm kind of intrigued about.

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"rinku" Discussed on Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

08:38 min | 9 months ago

"rinku" Discussed on Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

"You know broadly of public benefit that it does something good for set of people who who need things and It has three important limitations because it is primarily attacks designation and. I'm going to just name those as i see them. And then we can talk about them. The first quite serious limitation. Is that it. If you are a five oh one c. three organization. There is a limit on what you can do. That is considered political. So if you are running a slowed bank and you want to advocate for a change and food stamp policy in this in the central snap program or you are a community organization even like the ones that i spent my time in early in my career and you want to change your local school system to be more just and fair. There are limits on what you can do. That's considered lobby. So if you're going directly to legislators or a politicians and saying we want you to meet this demand or we want you to support this new piece of legislation than the irs. Is going to check to make sure that not more than twenty percent of your budget is going through the going to those kinds of activities. Now it's really important for me to say twenty percent because there are lots of people in a one c three non profits who Don't do any political activity because they understand that there some limitation but not really how deep the limitation is. It's important for us to know that you have twenty percent twenty percent of face and i encourage everybody to take bets phase if you're you're in an organization that aims to do well and wants to see some policy change right so just to just to clarify that too. Is that a lot of five. Oh one c. Three so the five. Oh one c. Three status says that you can raise awareness and educate but you can't lobby or advocate kind of you know advocate and many boards are terribly risk-averse around that so is an important piece of information to really mark as you. Listen to this podcast. That a five. Oh one c. Three can can lobby twenty percent not a bad percentage as you know as percentages go anyway limitation number two so limitation number two. Is that very often. People start a c three organization like some of the groups that you mentioned in your introduction because they wanna be able to give their supporters a tax deduction I am here to tell you after. Almost two years of being on the women's march or which is not a c three organization That especially Donors making small donations. Don't care about the tax deduction so the idea that we have to have a c. Three in order to raise money is not the case. Particularly for individual donors and small dollar donors had however foundations if that's where you're raising your money from do often require that you are a c. Three operation and so it it ends up meaning quite often. That are five. Oh one c. Three nonprofits are heavily. Reliant on foundation fund raising and on foundation grants and Anyone who has done even six months of foundation fundraising knows that can be a very slow process. It can easily take a year to two years to cultivate that ultimately results in a grant to your organization and that Sunders if they're not keeping you general operating support which means you can take their money and do anything you need to do with it. They're actually giving you project support Signed a particular aspect of what you do That can really limit you in your ambition and your ability to pivot when your community needs you to take on something that you haven't actually been funded to do so That funding base can be a limitation and the last limitation is that in order to be comforting to foundations and off to other kinds of supporters to a lot of our nonprofits adopted very corporate hierarchical structure. There's a board of directors there is an executive director. It doesn't have to be this way. There's nothing in the c. Three law that says you have to run in this exact structure but it's really easy to adopt that structure because it's what we all know super well even if we don't like it so so You know groups that want to operate in a more slat situation where there isn't much Compensation difference may be or not much power difference between the different between the people who are actually doing the work of the organization. feels forced into a hierarchy. That doesn't actually Match their needs and their internal culture so excellent and probably news to people so I hope you're taking notes Looking at the current model through an equity lens rinku there are also some built in limitations kind of cooked into the model and i wondered if you might speak to that well a big part of the advocacy limitation prevents for example service organizations with boards of directors that are risk averse from even using their twenty percent which ends up. Meaning that your community doesn't get the level of change that it could get if if we were scared of using the twenty percent or if we were to build other kinds of organizations that have more political freedom. I like to say that. Not every collective effort needs to wind up as the five. Oh one c. three organization it is. It is the status quo. It's what most people do. But you don't have to do it. That way as i mentioned Women's march when it moved from mobilizing to organize the first thing they built was a c. Four organization by one c four. That doesn't have limits on lobbying. It can't support candidates for example There are electioneering roles that that even c. four organizations camp break but it meant being formante. We could speak about any policy at anytime that are our members and Constituency wanted to have addressed so So if you're working in a community of color you're working in a poor community. You're working in a feminist community and that community needs structural change. Systemic change change that can affect more than one person at time and the more durable than a nonprofit locally decides. It's going to provide a service when you need durable structural change which People who love racial justice and gender justice and liberation of other kinds. labor rights They they need organizations that are capable of fighting at the systemic and structural level fighting on policies finding on regulations fighting on on election rolls than the shape of our democracy so over reliance on the c. Three four cuts us out of those kinds of strategies quite often that communities need to have happening so that their actual material conditions change and not just one household by one household but for an entire community.

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"rinku" Discussed on Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

07:33 min | 9 months ago

"rinku" Discussed on Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

"Five. Oh one c. Three applications and the overwhelming majority of these applications sale through the paperwork may be a pain. But let's just say that. The united states government is not particularly selective. I found myself wondering if that was the right path for the folks who apply or just the obvious and then as they continue to wonder the question gets broader. Still this overall pass in the standard model. How's it holding up. Is that the right pass or do folks just do what others have done. You know the path your organization likely travelled this way an individual or a group of individuals found themselves fired up about something they saw gap. Todd crawford realized that there was no organization out there. Raising awareness of the symptoms of a brain aneurysm. Have there been one his wife. Lisa call grassi. Might be alive today. How others see a new approach to solving a societal problem. Like robin steinberg at bronx defenders. These folks were relentless and they brought people to the cause before they knew it. Perhaps folks were offering funding and this ignited the need for five. Oh one c. Three to accept the donations and grow the work. The work grows it gets visibility and poof. It's an institution a beast that needs to be fed if you will board members staff and the quest for funding. We do this because that is how we do it. And yet we're seeing other models different ones. The most visible maybe black lives matter but there are many lindsay. Hoffman from my team is part of a group that has organized via slack to support people during covid. It started as a small group in brooklyn of about twenty people. They wanted to help neighbors who could not get out during the pandemic. it's now over. Five thousand folks who have raised over one million dollars that's been passed through to over twenty two thousand households. I'm working with this organization. Oklahoma city called free. Mom hugs sarah cunningham. Deep christian faith led her to reject her gay son when he came out. Her journey brought her to acceptance during her first pride march. She made and wore a button. It said simply. Free mom hooks. She strolled through. She strolled through the parade and a young woman walked up to her and asked for hug a warm hug. And then this. I have not gotten a hug from my mom in four years and so it began if you viral social media posts and today over eighty thousand people from all over the country are hungry to get involved but the question is how to do what could it just be an organization that hugs lgbt people from non affirming households or does it have to be an organization at all. Maybe it's a movement of folks who self organize and make choices to hug literally or metaphorically however they choose we're working through this with them and hoping they will be open to considering different bottles to help in our work. I thought i should seek out some expertise on this topic. Tell me seeing through questions like is the current model working us. What other models are out there. How do they work. What are the pros and cons building institutions. Well today i found myself one hell of a good source. And then i realized that all of you would benefit from this expertise to so. I thought i'd have the conversation here on this podcast with that expert so you can hear a to greetings. Welcome to nonprofits her messy. I'm your host joan. Gary founder the nonprofit leadership lab where we help smaller nonprofits thrive. I'm also a strategic advisor for executive directors and boards of larger nonprofits. I'm a frequent keynote speaker. Blogger and an author on all things. Leadership and management learn. More at joan gary dot com. I'm a one with a mission to fuel. The leadership of the nonprofit sector my goal was each episode is to dig deep into an issue. I know that nonprofit leaders grappling with. I find just the right person to offer advice and insights. Today is no exception. Rinku sen is a writer. Social justice strategist. She is formerly the executive director of race forward and was publisher of their award. Winning news site color lines under her leadership race forward generated some of the most impactful racial justice successes of recent years including drop. The i word it compan- from media outlets to stop referring to immigrants as illegal resulting in the associated press usa today the l. a. times and many more outlets changing their practice she was also the architect of the shattered families report which identified the number of kids in foster care whose parents had been deported. Her books stir it up and the accidental. American sierra is a model of community organizing that integrates a political analysis of race gender class poverty sexuality and other systems as a consultant rinku has worked on narrative and political strategy with numerous organizations at foundations including policy link. The aclu and the nathan cummings foundation. She serves on numerous boards including the women's march where she co president and the foundation for national progress publisher of mother jones magazine. And i don't even think we've told folks what you do today so rinku. Thank you so much for joining us for helping me think through. I'm glad you're here and welcome. Thank you so much joe. It's a real thrill to talk with you today. So and well actually. You just listened to me for the last several minutes so the goal here is to get you talking so i re as i read your bio. I realized that we actually didn't talk about what you do today. So you wanna you wanna give folks sense of that. The new adventure. You're on now. Sure i in early december. I became the executive director of narrative initiative. Which is an organization that puts different kinds of creative people together to make interventions In the big stories we tell and live into so We do a lot of work with right now. The green new deal network to help them. Think through what what kinds of messages and frames they need to move out until the world that will build support for progressive policies and we We also provide a ghost writing service for grassroots organizations. That need help getting things written. So we're here to help. People change the big stories that shape so many of the institutions that in turn control our lives. What a what a fabulous organization and that is words words. Absolutely matter don't they. They do words matter and pictures matter to yes absolutely before we start a conversation about different models for having impact in the social sector. Let's start with the standard model that i described that we all know pretty well. Is it working. i mean goodness knows. There are a lot of them but the model has limitations right. Let's talk through those looking at the. Let's talk through those. Yeah i think it's the five. Oh one c. Three model that we're talking about and the most important thing to remember is that that is a legal taps designation It doesn't say anything about the purpose of the organization other.

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Choosing the Right Nonprofit Business Model With Rinku Sen

Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

02:28 min | 9 months ago

Choosing the Right Nonprofit Business Model With Rinku Sen

"Rinku sen is a writer. Social justice strategist. She is formerly the executive director of race forward and was publisher of their award. Winning news site color lines under her leadership race forward generated some of the most impactful racial justice successes of recent years including drop. The i word it compan- from media outlets to stop referring to immigrants as illegal resulting in the associated press usa today the l. a. times and many more outlets changing their practice she was also the architect of the shattered families report which identified the number of kids in foster care whose parents had been deported. Her books stir it up and the accidental. American sierra is a model of community organizing that integrates a political analysis of race gender class poverty sexuality and other systems as a consultant rinku has worked on narrative and political strategy with numerous organizations at foundations including policy link. The aclu and the nathan cummings foundation. She serves on numerous boards including the women's march where she co president and the foundation for national progress publisher of mother jones magazine. And i don't even think we've told folks what you do today so rinku. Thank you so much for joining us for helping me think through. I'm glad you're here and welcome. Thank you so much joe. It's a real thrill to talk with you today. So and well actually. You just listened to me for the last several minutes so the goal here is to get you talking so i re as i read your bio. I realized that we actually didn't talk about what you do today. So you wanna you wanna give folks sense of that. The new adventure. You're on now. Sure i in early december. I became the executive director of narrative initiative. Which is an organization that puts different kinds of creative people together to make interventions In the big stories we tell and live into so We do a lot of work with right now. The green new deal network to help them. Think through what what kinds of messages and frames they need to move out until the world that will build support for progressive policies and we We also provide a ghost writing service for grassroots organizations. That need help getting things written.

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"rinku" Discussed on Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

02:28 min | 9 months ago

"rinku" Discussed on Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

"Rinku sen is a writer. Social justice strategist. She is formerly the executive director of race forward and was publisher of their award. Winning news site color lines under her leadership race forward generated some of the most impactful racial justice successes of recent years including drop. The i word it compan- from media outlets to stop referring to immigrants as illegal resulting in the associated press usa today the l. a. times and many more outlets changing their practice she was also the architect of the shattered families report which identified the number of kids in foster care whose parents had been deported. Her books stir it up and the accidental. American sierra is a model of community organizing that integrates a political analysis of race gender class poverty sexuality and other systems as a consultant rinku has worked on narrative and political strategy with numerous organizations at foundations including policy link. The aclu and the nathan cummings foundation. She serves on numerous boards including the women's march where she co president and the foundation for national progress publisher of mother jones magazine. And i don't even think we've told folks what you do today so rinku. Thank you so much for joining us for helping me think through. I'm glad you're here and welcome. Thank you so much joe. It's a real thrill to talk with you today. So and well actually. You just listened to me for the last several minutes so the goal here is to get you talking so i re as i read your bio. I realized that we actually didn't talk about what you do today. So you wanna you wanna give folks sense of that. The new adventure. You're on now. Sure i in early december. I became the executive director of narrative initiative. Which is an organization that puts different kinds of creative people together to make interventions In the big stories we tell and live into so We do a lot of work with right now. The green new deal network to help them. Think through what what kinds of messages and frames they need to move out until the world that will build support for progressive policies and we We also provide a ghost writing service for grassroots organizations. That need help getting things written.

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"rinku" Discussed on Inform Me Podcast

Inform Me Podcast

05:27 min | 11 months ago

"rinku" Discussed on Inform Me Podcast

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"rinku" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"rinku" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"And obstruction of Congress this admission comes after news that the president his name to nationally known lawyers can start Alan Dershowitz to his defense team the president maintains he did nothing wrong his Senate impeachment trial opens Thursday and many you would probably like to see him impeached are walking through the streets of Washington this afternoon the women's March is under way for the fourth year in a row board member ease that we all like talks about three of the priorities for this year's March reproductive health rights and justice climate and immigration lower the right sense again supporting an intersectional movement for all women and I'm really interested in answering the question what is feminism look like in the fight for our planet in the fight for immigration for immigrant rights in the fight for community that are incarcerated in criminalized and so we have a role to play some critics have questioned whether the marches which started after president trump's inauguration of accomplish anything co president of the board Rinku sen tells us that since the first March of twenty seventeen more women have become cynically active and run for office protesters at a pro gun rally in Richmond Monday will not be able to bring their firearms on capitol grounds last night the Supreme Court of Virginia op held governor Ralph north Ms temporary ban on firearms there attorneys for the Virginia citizens defense league and gun owners of America appeal the judge's ruling upholding the band back group said it violated their second amendment rights but the justices on the state's highest court said they didn't have enough information to decide whether that lower court judge ruled appropriately up next traffic and weather it said now a distinct honor and privilege to welcome to Larry o'connor shows president Donald Trump thank you for joining us Sir well thank you very much Larry and I greatly appreciate the nice things you've said Washington's power players come to talk Gingrich morning Mister speaker thank you so much W. M. eight Alfa Mike please senator of Utah thank you for joining us on early thank you for being with you one of five point nine FM thank you Washington small W. M. A. L..

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"rinku" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"rinku" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Anti semitism last year remember I sat we a lot is among those new members despite the change she says much is staying the same what what it's saying is our commitment to the fight what is saying is that the women's March is a rather organization who has so much to win so much stuff by far and so much to gain some critics have questioned whether the marches of accomplish anything co president of the women's March board Rinku sen says they prompted a resurgence in the feminist movement the star power president Donald trump's legal team just went out he's added Ken Starr the independent counsel who investigated president Bill Clinton and retired Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz Dershowitz describes the part he'll play in the impeachment trial my role is limited I'm only going to appear on behalf of the constitution making the arguments against impeachment based on the constitution I'm not part of the strategic legal team I won't be involved in the debate over whether there are witnesses are no witnesses or whether or not facts to come out one way or the other the Senate's expected to transform into an impeachment court as early as Thursday at a run official says Iran will send the black box flight recorders from the Ukrainian jetliner accidentally shot down last week to Ukraine for further analysis the head of accident investigations for Ron civil aviation department says it's not possible to read the black boxes in a run he says French American and Canadian experts will help analyze them in Kiev the Ukrainian capital if that doesn't work the black boxes will be sent to France Iran's revolutionary guard says it accidentally shot down the plane killing all one read seventy six people on board when it mistook it for a cruise missile in a time of soaring tensions with the US SpaceX's delaying the emergency escape test of its new crew capsule this weekend because of rough seas lift off is now set for Sunday at NASA's Kennedy Space Center the falcon rocket was supposed to blast off this morning on a ten minute flight to demonstrate the capsules emergency escape system before astronauts climb aboard in a few months but the wind and waves were too high up next traffic and weather Friday's are fandango Friday.

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"rinku" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"rinku" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Were cancelled at Chicago's o'hare airport is fast moving storms went through the area the forecast in our area is exactly ideal for an outdoor March but the women's March is going on this plan today it's the fourth annual March there will be some changes this year there will be a state or formal rally co president of the women's March board Rinku sen it's really because we wanted to be with a market share not be up on a huge fire so and we wanted the focus should be on the marchers at their hopes and dreams she says the issues they're focusing on a reproductive health rights and justice climate and immigration another change there's a new board with three Jewish women on it three founding members resigned last year after they were accused of anti semitism semitism a meeting today in Ocean City to protest a plan to build giant wind turbines off the coast Ocean City mayor Rick me and says he doesn't oppose wind power but says the turbines are too tall and too close to the beach all we're asking that the turbines be moved further offshore so they do not have to create the horizon dozens of turbines would be over eight hundred feet tall hundreds of feet taller than the Washington Monument if you don't want to to be told turbines they can contact the Maryland public service commission they could like to the Maryland public service for this commission or they can email barber brit WMAL WMAL dot com an attorney for one of the companies planning to build the turbines previously told the Baltimore sun the city's request to build the project farther off shore it's just another attempt to jeopardize the project president Donald Trump accounting minute by minute details of the US strike that killed Iran's top military commander while talking to Republican donors that his South Florida state the president told the donors what happened in the minutes and seconds leading up to the Iranian generals death excellent service only eleven Hey next traffic and weather storms or small weekends or weekday and on the W. M. A. else center winter weather advisory.

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"rinku" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"rinku" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The afternoon he says it could potentially switch over to rein in DC but it could stay as either snow or sleet and freezing rain north and west of the see through the afternoon protesters at a pro gun rally in Richmond Monday will not be able to bring their firearms and capitol grounds last night the Supreme Court of Virginia up held governor Ralph north Ms temporary ban on firearms there attorneys for the Virginia citizens defense league and gun owners of America appealed a judge's ruling upholding the band the groups say it violates our second amendment rights the justices said they did not have enough information to decide whether a lower court judge had ruled appropriately north them says in a statement he's grateful the executive order stance and it will help to ensure the safety of all Virginians Monday a day after six man linked to a violent extremist group the base were arrested police in Georgia arrested three more men believed to be a part of that group and charge them with conspiring to commit murder the FBI believes three of the six man arrested Thursday plan to go to the rally enrichment winter weather won't stop feminists from taking to the streets of Washington today for the fourth annual women's March eleven this morning more than four hundred thousand people are estimated to have turned out for the first one that happened the day after president trump was in all the rated the permit with the National Park Service for today's March is for up to ten thousand people I wouldn't expect our numbers to reach that twenty seventeen he that the election had just happened the outcome of that election was shocking to a lot of people it co president of the women's March board Rinku sen but I think that our numbers continue to be a robot some critics have questioned whether the marches have accomplished anything sense as they've prompted a resurgence in the feminist movement with a wintry mix today maybe you're dreaming of lying in a warm summer beach gazing at the Atlantic in nearby Ocean City doctor Christine view that millions of people enjoy each year and the changes in the size of these turbines is offer that dramatically that is what our concern watched wind turbines plan for all short.

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"rinku" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"rinku" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

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"rinku" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"rinku" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"I'm not sure where they're off develop very inviting deed. And frankly, the whole place looks very invoicing indeed. We've had qualifying. And we are headed into the championships, which starts in a match avows. We'll bring you daily put costs from the championships. This is the first of them, and there's a lot to look forward to there is this place everywhere. Week already exhausted. We haven't even started yet. David had one night of ten hours sleep and has been talking about it for a week. E thing that's gonna lost you. Next ten days. But I know for a fact that was ten hours. Numb that there was a stoppage in there because I got an Email from David at four o'clock in the morning during those ten hours, ten hours of non sequential slate. Yeah. Not count, non sequential but very consequential. Okay. See what he's done. And so I felt great for twenty four hours and then followed it with two four nights, but I don't care because as you say we here at the Queen's Club, and we've just had media day. We've had all the players, we've had Andy Murray in great form and great, sit of spirits. Standing view right shoulder number seven, which is very always practices. He has been having a hit doubles hits with the Brian by this. That is two meta lips on cool. The sentence, delete level may be out there amongst on on pace. It's basically just gonna follow brought about keep saying so do this do this. But pretty smart move to be practicing doubles with Bryan and Mike, Bryan. I think he's got that right. As much as anything in that scenario. Yeah. And Jamie, his, his brother Oviously, and partner Neal's Cup ski they were hitting early with the top double seeds cabal Farah. He will be Murray and lay Pepsi's first round of payments. It's not the best rule around Marie. In bulk Asian on it doubles career, but of scouting from Jamie, these first round opponent think see that's kind when we the draw all of us together yesterday Matt was covering it for for the two. Ornament David was MCI. I was just there for the law. When is the doubles jaw ever been the main events at a juicer before? I mean I mean, the singles drew is getting off. But the funding. The way we do the drawer, is that legendary tournament referee, Jim Moore who's in his eighties and has been doing this for more than forty years. He carries it a bowl into the, the, the crowd that are watching and gets them all to pecan chips to decide who plays where and the windfall marketing director fever tree, picked out, three chips over the course of twenty minutes, and she picked out Kyle admant, the British number one to face the top seed Stephanus, sit surpass, then there was Dan Evans defy Stanford Rinker, and then there is Andy Murray and Feliciano Lopez to play the top seeds in the doubles, I tell you, I think that's. Stuff. Rinku is Donovan's discuss Donovan's you, as we speak, we'll be playing the final of the men's challenger event in naughty him. I think certainly getting underway in a matter of moments he's on a roll. He's in the mix. About this. Curious. Yes, I can't say no. Now. He's earned the vicinity funny. Look at the moment. So I think we'll say yes show he is in look the strapping on his knee. Well, I saw exchange. So an IRA gave Andy Murray's having it was hitting on seven over David's right shoulder. And Nick KIRO swoops post and heckles him says, well, well, well, Andy Maura didn't think I'd see the day back on a tennis. Cool and just tons round gays. The is that on your knee. Kosice go. Oh. Knee, brace the size of Wales on his writing it would be a leg brace on me. Not anything medical, maybe it's just one of the things he's like wear in these days, like a slave. Maybe it's like one of those obey sleep around sleep. Yeah. Yeah. Maybe. Do media director duty. We'll see. See. Right. Then as that was a that was a cameo from meteorite today, that was actually a very good insight into. What is like with David?.

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"rinku" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"rinku" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"A parking lot both ways, and I can see it out the window here in Ken would even with the blinds down. And yes, southbound is definitely not going anywhere at least from here in Kenwood on back to I'm guessing the Reagan northbound is moving, but not entirely good. So counter flows block seventy one is a parking lot both ways at red Bank. They're I'm guessing that's where the skinny lane occurs. Right. Jimmy is that were saying the skinny they call counter flow. But where the skinny lane is. You know, I've driven that many you probably have to. So if they're doing construction one lane, they'll they'll put the barriers up, and it's really narrow, and I was I was contemplate go and do I wanna go through even if I'm driving down to do. I want to go to the counter flow line. Do I want to go to the skinny lane or do? I wanna stay regular because people often read making it backs up. It's like a coin toss. Right. Because I know there's going to be somebody that can't navigate this. Somebody's gonna do something stupid. You don't have any room on either side. She want to be really careful you don't want to be a a worrisome driver going through their my mother-in-law be terrible at that. Sure. Enough. Somebody did that. And now, it's a complete completed under bottleneck. And I don't know if you're stuck in there where the concrete barriers are. How exactly are you go along you and have to wait because it's like a cork in a in a bottle, right? They gotta get that accident up. But what are the how do you get the cars? They got back in and pull the coma. God. So I'm guessing the message is here. Don't take the skinny lane. Because you are gambling gambling with your life right now. India Jones in the newsroom is throwing up in her hands because she's just witnessed the backup going. Oh my God. I gotta go that way. And now, we got problems Rinku China's going to tell you all about it here. Seven hundred w w Cincinnati..

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"rinku" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

1150 AM KKNW

07:59 min | 3 years ago

"rinku" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

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"rinku" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"rinku" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"From ABC news on cheifs Iverson, not much headway made President Trump tweets about a meeting today with vice president Pence and congressional leaders on ending the partial government shutdown. Vice president Pence through spokesman says the conversation was productive, and they agreed to meet again tomorrow afternoon. The source says the Democrats say that the vice president made clear that the White House will not move off of the five point seven billion dollar proposal for a border wall. ABC's Karen Travers at the White House. The White House says it will provide Saturday night or Sunday. The information Democrats have asked for in order for another discussion to take place on ending the partial government shutdown. Democrats say they'll only meet again on Sunday. If the administration provides updated information on what exactly it once in terms of funding for border security, what it will be used for and what would be cut to make it fit into the H budget. A democratic source tells ABC this information is critical because they say the White House has been quote all over the map on the numbers. Karen Travers, ABC news. News the White House who try to pressure. The Senate house speaker Nancy Pelosi indicates the house will pass separate money bills next week to reopen parts of the government all wheel in the American arrested last month in Russia on suspicion of spying was caught with a classified list of Russian operatives. According to a Russian news site with ties to the country's security services. ABC's Patrick revival in Moscow cool records show, the FBI arrested the Russian man Dmitri Makarenko on December twenty ninth when he landed in the Northern Mariana Islands a US dependent territory in the Pacific, Michael Rinku is now being transferred to Florida. He's charged with trying to illegally export night-vision equipment to Russia and money laundering. It comes amid the case of pool wheel in the American man arrested by Russia on spying charges. Russia's foreign minister Sergei Ryabov has now accused US of hunting for Russians. There's currently no indication. The two cases connected, actually, weevil ABC news. You're listening to ABC news. Ever.

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