Let’s talk tactics: how do arts organizations in search of alternatives to racialized capitalism equitably compensate their employees? In this webinar, we’re sharing out what Sustainable Economies Law Center (SELC) has learned in its compensation journey from offering flat salaries to more creative pathways in the vein of BIPOC reparations. Join SELC staff members Alejandra Cruz, Erika Sato, Hope Williams & Alex Sanchez for this practical breakdown of the tips, tricks, and lessons regarding equitable compensation that the organization has learned along the way. This event is part of Bridge Live Arts’ “Money in the Arts: Pathways to Equity” series.
BIPOC Subsidy: As part of Money in the Arts, we are providing ten subsidies to participants that identify as Black, Indigenous, and/or as People of Color (BIPOC). Each subsidy allows someone to register for all three workshops for only $10. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to access this support.