Resources: Links & Media
All of the below and more information about past conferences, our agenda, speaker bios and more can be found at conference.otheringandbelonging.org.
In the Media
Nonprofit Quarterly: Cultural Organizing Needed for Equity: A Framework of Belonging
Recordings of most mainstage and breakout sessions can be found on our YouTube O&B Conf 2019 playlist.
Also see our 2019 video collage/recap of the conference featuring a collage of the proceedings and interviews with attendees and speakers.
All previous Othering & Belonging conference content can be also be found on our YouTube channel at youtube.com/haasinstitute.
Revisit O&B2019 topics by checking out the session presentations and slides.
The YouTube O&BConf2019 playlist had 1,186 views (as of June 1, 2019)
Conference livestream had about 1,000 average views each day of the conference
In March and April 2019, there were over 27,500 unique visitors and 108,000 page views of our conference website.
A full set of new curricula was developed for the 2019 Othering & Belonging conference and focused on core frameworks that would be discussed at the conference such as “Bridging and Breaking.”
Curriculum & Pedagogical Tools
These series of robust, integrated engagements tools serve as a blueprint of creative exploration into the concepts of Bridging and Breaking, The Circle of Human Concern and Targeted Universalism. Find all the curricula here.
Audio & Podcast
Our podcast, Who Belongs?, offers a diverse range of content related to othering and belonging and the research of the Haas Institute. The podcast, accessible on iTunes and Spotify, features interviews with guests who study or apply bridging and belonging in their work. Interview highlights related to the 2019 conference include Episode 6 with Desmond Meade on the victory to regain voting rights in Florida and episode 10 with john a. powell on our Targeted Universalism framework. Listen to full episodes at haasinstitute. berkeley.edu/whobelongs.
View the initial set of provocations as well as the resulting Big Ideas generated from the two Coffeehouse Conversation sessions.