People of color in Memphis and nationally

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Memphis Key Finding 3

Respondents at POC-led organizations more frequently reported that their organization’s budget was $1,000,000 or less, while respondents at White-run organizations were more likely to report that their budget was $5,000,000...

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Memphis Key Finding 2

Networks proved to be essential to promotion and job opportunities in Memphis. However, there was a larger gap in Memphis between people of color and white respondents who indicated their...

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Memphis Key Finding 1

Similar to the national data on raises and compensation, people of color in Memphis were much less likely to report having received a cost of living increase (28%) than white...

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Detroit

R2L Revisited

Champions for Change: Upending structural racism and barriers to equity barriers

Emboldened by the Building Movement Project’s original Race to Lead report, we began working on Champions for Change, a community of practice working towards an anti-racist, co-liberated...

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R2L Revisited

Women of Color

Nearly Two-Thirds of America’s 100 Biggest Charities Are Led by White Men

When Janti Soeripto was promoted to CEO of Save the Children in December, she also became the only nonwhite person to rise to the top of one of America’s 100...

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R2L Revisited

What Does an Equitable Executive Leadership Transition Look Like?

As the country grapples with systemic and structural inequality, nonprofits struggle to play the civic role they should play because they struggle with their own internal unequal...

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R2L Revisited

Women of Color

Black Women in the Nonprofit Sector: New Findings from the 2019 Race to Lead Survey

The recent Black Lives Matter protests in response to police violence have resurfaced conversations about anti-blackness in the...

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