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NFL can teach not-for-profits about diversity

Indianapolis needs a Rooney Rule to bust up our seemingly segregated not-for-profit...

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Data: What is it Good For? Learning (with you) from Race to Lead

The Nonprofits, Leadership, and Race Survey – the basis for the Race to Lead reports – was developed to learn more about why so few people of color head nonprofit...

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Black Ceiling Exists for African-American Women Seeking Nonprofit Leadership Roles

I am very proud of our few local African-American female leaders in the nonprofit sector. However, over the last five years, I have watched a number of African-American female colleagues...

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Nonprofit Leadership: How To Create A Diverse Pipeline To The Top

When I was a young girl, I never dreamed of working at, much less running, a nonprofit...

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Looking Inward: The New Fund Seeking Racial Equity in the Nonprofit Sector

Nonprofits rarely resemble the communities they serve. Studies show that fewer than 20 percent of nonprofit leaders are people of color. These grants are a bid to change that. ...

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Nonprofit Leaders Are Overwhelmingly White, A New Jacksonville Program Seeks To Change That Locally

Next month, a group of 11 black community leaders will embark on an inaugural yearlong course designed to help build out the local network of people of color in nonprofits....

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The Role of Senior Leaders in Building a Race Equity Culture

Across the social sector, a fundamental element of social impact remains missing: race equity....

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Will Pittsburgh Nonprofits Move Away from Overwhelmingly White Leadership?

Earlier this year, NPQ reported on a study by the Pittsburgh-based Bayer Center for Nonprofit Management at Robert Morris...

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Why are the leadership ranks of Pa. nonprofits so white and how could they be more diverse?

In 1997, Walter Smith Jr. became the first black executive director of Family Resources, a Pittsburgh nonprofit that treats people who have experienced child abuse and provides counseling for...

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PACE sponsors efforts to increase Black leaders in non-profit sector

Since its beginning in the wake of the riots following Dr. Martin Luther King’s assassination, PACE, the Program to Aid Citizen Enterprise, worked to build the capacity of individuals, groups,...

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