As an organization committed to attracting and retaining more young people in New Hampshire, Stay Work Play is committed to making the state a more welcoming, inclusive, and just place for people of color. The results of our 2017 survey of New Hampshire residents aged 20-40 years old cited lack of diversity as a potential reason to consider leaving the state, in addition to it being a top concern for young people that participated in our Policy & Pints Pop-Up Series.
As a part of the diversity, equity, and inclusion series, we will offer events to foster conversation, enable learning experiences, and push for change.
Rising Stars Spotlight (October 2020)
Hear from a few of the 2020 Rising Stars Awards recipients that are making a difference in the Granite State as young people of color.
DEI Discussion with NH Colleges and Universities (September 2020)
New Hampshire’s colleges and universities have been at the forefront of the state’s diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) efforts as they seek to make not just their student populations, but their workforces, more just places for all.
The panel discussion features representatives from several of the state’s collegiate diversity, equity, and inclusion offices. Learn more about how these institutions make their campuses more welcoming to people of color and how, in the process, they make them more attractive places to study and to work. The panelists will also share lessons learned and advice on actionable steps attendees can take to make their own organizations more diverse, equitable, and inclusive.
A Conversation with Black Lives Matter Manchester (July 2020)
A virtual discussion with young leaders of the Black Lives Matter movement in New Hampshire. Learn more about the issues facing young Black people here, what goals movement leaders are working towards, and how you can best support the Black Lives Matter movement in the Granite State.
NH Next: Diversity Matters – A Panel Discussion (April 2020)
Hear about the experiences of young people of color in New Hampshire. What challenges do young people of color face here and how can we as individuals, and collectively, help make the Granite State and our respective communities and organizations more welcoming to people of color.