Inclusive Conversations: Make a Statement of Inclusion for 2018
Dec14

Inclusive Conversations: Make a Statement of Inclusion for 2018

Antionette Kerr is back with us today for another post in the series we are calling “Inclusive Conversations.” It’s all about cultural competency and how communications staff can not only be more inclusive and therefore effective in their communications work products, but also lead these conversations within their own nonprofits.  Stay tuned for much more in 2018! ~Kivi Inclusive Conversations: Make a Statement in 2018   As 2017 draws...

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“Ho! Ho! Ho!” or “No! No! No!”
Nov28

“Ho! Ho! Ho!” or “No! No! No!”

Antionette Kerr is back with us today for another post in the series we are calling “Inclusive Conversations.” It’s all about cultural competency and how communications staff can not only be more inclusive and therefore effective in their communications work products, but also lead these conversations within their own nonprofits.  Stay tuned for much more in 2018! Today, let’s talk about those Christmas appeals...

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Where’s the Love: Is Your Communications Strategy LGBTQ Inclusive?
Feb14

Where’s the Love: Is Your Communications Strategy LGBTQ Inclusive?

Here at Nonprofit Marketing Guide, we believe that cultural competency is an important element of good nonprofit communications. Today, contributing writer Antionette Kerr takes a look at several ways you can improve LGBTQ inclusion in your organization and its communications. ~Kivi When people think about cultural competency, they tend to talk in terms of race, ethnicity, gender and religion. While resources and initiatives have been...

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Sharing the MLK, Jr. Holiday in a Culturally Competent Way
Jan10

Sharing the MLK, Jr. Holiday in a Culturally Competent Way

Contributing Writer Antionette Kerr will be blogging this year for us on several topics, including cultural competency in nonprofit marketing and fundraising. Working effectively cross-culturally is an especially important topic for people working in nonprofit communications. Many of your co-workers and community members will be looking to you for guidance when they have questions of their own. We want to help you feel more equipped...

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