The Opportunity Starts at Home (OSAH) campaign will host a webinar, “How Multi-sector Partnerships Advance Racial Equity through a Housing Campaign,” on May 4 from 3 to 4 pm ET. The webinar will explore the activities of the OSAH campaign’s Racial Equity Working Group, a subset of campaign partners tasked with advancing racial equity within the campaign. Register for the webinar here.
The OSAH campaign brings together voices from various sectors to advance bold housing solutions. In the past two years, the campaign has formed a Racial Equity Working Group to advance racial equity within the campaign. In the May 4 webinar, leaders from the health, faith, and food security sectors will discuss their efforts to advance racial equity through participation in OSAH. Members of the Racial Equity Working Group will explore how their organizations are advancing racial equity, the intersectional impacts of correcting racial inequities in housing policy, and the work of the racial equity working group. They will also provide major reflections and takeaways.
The webinar will feature the following speakers:
- Chantelle Wilkinson, national campaign manager, Opportunity Starts at Home
- Curtis Johnson, vice president of housing strategy, Catholic Charities
- Alexandra Ashbrook, director of root causes and specific populations, Food Research and Action Center
- Charlotte Bruce, research and policy analyst, Children’s HealthWatch
Register for the webinar here.