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Topic: “Equity”

Changing How and What Philanthropy Supports

As Executive Director of the Hill-Snowdon Foundation, Nat Chioke Williams is leading a family foundation to strategically move its assets to support racial justice. Nat’s passion and thoughtfulness on racial justice issues has had a deep impact on the board’s understanding of anti-Black racism, and how philanthropy can create change. He led the family board... Read More

3 Immediate Steps Funders Can Take To Move Towards Racial Equity

Diversity and racial equity touch on every aspect of a foundation’s work. In the blog posts: Developing a Shared Language and Introducing an Anti-Racist Intersectional Frame, we discussed how philanthropy can advance racial equity. Now, here are three ways to start doing racial equity work in real time: 1. Look internally Before trying to deepen... Read More

Introducing an Anti-Racist, Intersectional Frame for Lean Funders

For over forty years, the Center for the Study of Social Policy (CSSP) has worked to produce equal outcomes for children, families and communities. The organization’s commitment to equity, especially racial equity, means we’re constantly evolving our thinking. Part of this evolution has led us to start using an anti-racist, intersectional frame to guide our... Read More