Leveraging a Network for Equity (LANE)


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Leveraging a Network for Equity amplifies the leadership of arts organizations of color and rural organizations to bolster a thriving and innovative field.

The effects of systemic racism and other oppressions on arts and philanthropy have left organizations of color under-resourced and undervalued for decades. Over the course of four years, the LANE program provides needed assets — including general operating support, recovery and change capital, technical assistance, and consulting — to ensure these organizations can thrive in ways that are consistent with their values.

To date, there are two cohorts of six organizations each that participate in LANE. Meet our cohorts.

LANE shares its work through its TACtile podcast and other resources created by NPN staff, cohort members, and others in the field.

The Resource Disparity Challenge

People of color are

37%

of the U.S. population



4%

of art funding goes to groups who serve communities of color

Staff Contacts

Sage Crump
Program Specialist, LANE
sage@npnweb.org
504.595.8008 ext 706

Monica Tyran
Program Manager, LANE
monica@npnweb.org
504.595.8008 ext 710

LANE Podcast

TACTile


LANE Podcast: TACtile

Sharing LANE knowledge and journey with the NPN National Partners and the field

Our LANE team has launched a new monthly podcast exploring practical tools and concepts designed to transform the arts and culture field toward equity and justice.