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Posted June 28, 2018 by Iimay

Class and the New Economy

I just returned from my first Commonbound conference in St. Louis, hosted by the New Economy Coalition (NEC). Resource Generation has been a part of the New Economy Coalition for a few years and this was my first time attending … Continue reading »

Posted May 11, 2018 by Iimay

What Future Do You Hunger For?

Imagine a world in which thousands and thousands of young people with access to current, earned, future or family wealth have joined us as members of Resource Generation. We’re moving millions and millions to grassroots movements, organizing our families, challenging … Continue reading »

Posted March 31, 2018 by Iimay

1% for Redistribution

It has been two years since our last national retreat for young people involved in their family’s philanthropy, and this year’s Transforming Philanthropy retreat from March 22-25 in Pomona, CA included many changes and innovations. First of all, we have … Continue reading »

Posted January 31, 2018 by Iimay

As The South Transforms, So Do We All

I was born and raised in North Carolina, and Southern values of community, hospitality, and mutual aid run deep for me. Even though I no longer live in the South, its ways infuse all of my organizing. I first learned … Continue reading »

Posted July 25, 2017 by Iimay

On the Road for Wealth Redistribution

I just returned from my first chapter visits as an Executive Director. When I started this role back in January I wanted to prioritize meeting as many chapter members in person as possible. In both current and previous position (before … Continue reading »

Reflections and openings

Posted November 9, 2016 by Iimay

Reflections and openings

Dear RG community,

It’s hard to know what to say in a moment like this. We may be shaken, angry, numb, sad, activated, scared, and more. It may be hard to know what to do. We don’t have all the … Continue reading »

Meet Iimay Ho!

Posted August 27, 2014 by Iimay

Meet Iimay Ho!

Hello, Resource Generation! My name is Iimay (pronounced “ee-may”) Ho and I joined the staff as the new Associate Director in mid August. I have the great honor and challenge of filling Mike Gast’s shoes as he transitions to life … Continue reading »