R2L Revisited

Let’s Talk About the Nonprofit Racial Leadership Gap and White Advantage

Last month, Building Movement Project released a new report, Race to Lead Revisited: Obstacles and Opportunities in Addressing the Nonprofit Racial Leadership...

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R2L Revisited

A Better World: Nonprofits need to redouble efforts to address racism across society

The nonprofit sector can be a catalyst to continue the dialogue, model behaviors to dismantle racial barriers and promote opportunity with people of...

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People of color in the Milwaukee area

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Milwaukee Key Finding 3

The majority of respondents in the Milwaukee area (65% of people of color and 80% of white people) work for organizations with less than 50% people of color in leadership...

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Milwaukee Key Finding 2

White respondents in the region were more likely to report having mentors at their workplace (65%) than people of color in Milwaukee (45%), people of color nationally (48%), and white...

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Milwaukee Key Finding 1

Almost three quarters of people of color respondents reported they were working or lower class during childhood (72% locally vs. 62% nationally), compared to 38% of white respondents locally and...

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People of color in Central Texas

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Central Texas Key Finding 4

Survey respondents in Central Texas ranked the commitment to DEI they perceived among their organization’s leaders at 6.7 on average out of 10, with white participants giving their leaders a...

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Central Texas Key Finding 3

Networks and relationships are critical to nonprofit fundraising in any part of the country, and people of color in Central Texas were more likely than their white counterparts to say...

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Central Texas Key Finding 2

In Central Texas, the majority of respondents (56%) work for organizations that are at least three quarters white among both board and staff leadership, a share that is higher than...

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