We are thrilled to have partnered with the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media (GDI) for our first-ever international “Work-Life Sustainability Summit”. GDI, whose motto is, “If she can see it then she can be it,” spoke with us about the process of becoming and how RFC’s practical solutions can help close gender equity gaps in media […]
Our new BIPOC accelerator aims to equip artist-entrepreneurs with the skills, resources, and networks to thrive in today’s marketplace. Bridge Building RFC’s BIPOC Arts Entrepreneur Accelerator Aims to Close Black-White Gaps All too often, creatives who identify as Black, Indigenous, and Persons of Color (BIPOC) are not afforded the opportunities readily accessible to their White counterparts. There
RFC Founder and Executive Director, Akima A. Brown, together with some of her region’s most influential media managers, talks about the importance of anti-racist strategy in media and why the burden can’t fall solely on those with lived experiences of discrimination, marginalization, and exclusion.
RFC is awarded $20K by the Delaware Community Foundation for local BIPOC artist-entrepreneur training. Read Here