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“The audit, facilitated by oneTILT, found that while more than 70 percent of staff report feeling a sense of belonging, more than half experience microaggressions or other forms of bias at work. Staff, particularly those identifying as white, were quite shocked and troubled by these findings while many staff of color expressed feeling validated and their experiences recognized.”
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“The audit, facilitated by oneTILT, found that while more than 70 percent of staff report feeling a sense of belonging, more than half experience microaggressions or other forms of bias at work. Staff, particularly those identifying as white, were quite shocked and troubled by these findings while many staff of color expressed feeling validated and their experiences recognized.”
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“Danny creating this pathways team that has solicited the professional help from a company like oneTILT, and as they guide us through our equity audit and give us a deeper understanding of where we are as an organization, give us a real plan for actionables, you’re absolutely right I’m excited. I’m excited where this is going and how the organization can continue to evolve and become better.”
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“Danny creating this pathways team that has solicited the professional help from a company like oneTILT, and as they guide us through our equity audit and give us a deeper understanding of where we are as an organization, give us a real plan for actionables, you’re absolutely right I’m excited. I’m excited where this is going and how the organization can continue to evolve and become better.”
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Currently, the spread of coronavirus has impacted many businesses and organizations, especially in larger cities where it has led many to temporarily close. While a large number of businesses and organizations have already reopened, the effects of COVID-19 will continue to be felt long after resuming activity.
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Currently, the spread of coronavirus has impacted many businesses and organizations, especially in larger cities where it has led many to temporarily close. While a large number of businesses and organizations have already reopened, the effects of COVID-19 will continue to be felt long after resuming activity.
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June 12, 2020 — GlobalGiving announced today that oneTILT has been selected to receive a $5,000 COVID-19 relief and recovery grant from The Red Backpack Fund, an opportunity for small businesses and nonprofits made possible by The Spanx by Sara Blakely Foundation.

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June 12, 2020 — GlobalGiving announced today that oneTILT has been selected to receive a $5,000 COVID-19 relief and recovery grant from The Red Backpack Fund, an opportunity for small businesses and nonprofits made possible by The Spanx by Sara Blakely Foundation.

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“With the support of oneTILT,
a Washington, D.C.-based consultancy on diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), we engaged in difficult conversations, self-reflection, and learning on the long journey to realize our vision of peace, justice, and sustainability within our institution, as well as in the broader world around us.”
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“With the support of oneTILT,
a Washington, D.C.-based consultancy on diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), we engaged in difficult conversations, self-reflection, and learning on the long journey to realize our vision of peace, justice, and sustainability within our institution, as well as in the broader world around us.”
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“ANDREW Daub and Kimberly Diaz, the co-founders of oneTILT, note that whites and blacks have very different histories in this country, and therefore need differentiated instruction, just as students would. For part of their trainings, they separate participants into groups based on race…”
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“ANDREW Daub and Kimberly Diaz, the co-founders of oneTILT, note that whites and blacks have very different histories in this country, and therefore need differentiated instruction, just as students would. For part of their trainings, they separate participants into groups based on race…”
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“With a small fellowship from the New Orleans-based organization 4.0 Schools, Diaz and Daub began to formulate their plans for the education nonprofit that would come to be known as oneTILT, prototyping an organization that would develop leadership skills for diverse educational constituencies through a lens of inclusion and innovation…”
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“With a small fellowship from the New Orleans-based organization 4.0 Schools, Diaz and Daub began to formulate their plans for the education nonprofit that would come to be known as oneTILT, prototyping an organization that would develop leadership skills for diverse educational constituencies through a lens of inclusion and innovation…”
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“The truth is entrepreneurship is for people like me, like us. First, our people – nuestra gente – have entrepreneurship coursing in our blood. Think about it – how many of your tias or padres own their business? Sure, maybe they didn’t go through a design-thinking protocol with sticky notes and sharpies, but they once had a start-up!…”
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“The truth is entrepreneurship is for people like me, like us. First, our people – nuestra gente – have entrepreneurship coursing in our blood. Think about it – how many of your tias or padres own their business? Sure, maybe they didn’t go through a design-thinking protocol with sticky notes and sharpies, but they once had a start-up!…”
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