The Urban Arts Leadership Program exists to connect emerging leaders of color with host organizations in the arts sector that are committed to racial equity and inclusion. The ideal organization is among the growing list that see the advantages and value, and are intentional and consistent about infusing their organization with talent that ensures people from all backgrounds have the opportunity to succeed.
The Urban Arts Leadership Program is currently accepting Host Organization applications for Urban Arts Leadership Cohort ’19.
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Deadline September 30, 2018
The need for equitable inclusion is undeniable. By decade 2040, the United States’ population will be majority people of color and will bear an undeniable resemblance to Baltimore City. As the country looks to Baltimore, we look to the future. Baltimore and its surrounding counties have the opportunity to shape destiny by utilizing the arts as a platform to work intentionally against the obstacles of structural racism.
UALP Host Organizations Benefit From:
§ Support and training to address implicit bias;
§ Support and training to navigate solutions for workplace diversity and inclusion challenges;
§ Understand better the causes and impacts of social and structural racism that affects your employees and your constituents;
§ Working with other cultural organizations to implement equity and inclusion initiatives and best practices;
§ The talents and skills of a high-performing, passionate, and committed Urban Arts Leadership Program Fellow.