Massachusetts 2019 Key Finding 3

Among Massachusetts respondents of color, 91% agreed with the statement that “people of color must demonstrate they have more skills than white peers,” as did 76% of white respondents in...

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Massachusetts 2019 Key Finding 2

Half of people of color in Massachusetts (50%) and nationally (49%) said their race negatively affected their career advancement, compared to just 4% of white respondents from each...

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Massachusetts 2019 Key Finding 1

Respondents of color are about twice as likely as white respondents to say they often or always experience a lack of role models (20% of white people and 45% of...

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Respondents working in people of color-led nonprofits

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National

R2L Revisited

Staffing expert advice on how to diversify your leadership

Perhaps one positive thing to come out of this year is that more companies are publicly committing to address racial inequality in their organizations. They’ve got a long way to...

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CEO

R2L Revisited

The funding gap between Black- and white-led organizations is clear—and alarming

For too long, organizations supporting Black lives have been unable to generate as much funding as white-led organizations. Now, there finally seems to be the recognition that this gap is...

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People of color in New Mexico—and nationally—

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New Mexico Key Finding 3

Survey respondents working for POC-led organizations were much more likely to agree that their organizational leadership was committed to DEI compared to respondents working in White-run groups or All Other...

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New Mexico Key Finding 2

While people of color had more access to mentors in New Mexico than nationally, they were more likely than their white counterparts to say they often or always lacked role...

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New Mexico Key Finding 1

People of color in New Mexico were more likely to report receiving advice, support, and connections from mentors both inside and outside their organizations. Meanwhile, white respondents nationally were more...

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