Massachusetts

R2L Revisited

Panelists, researchers discuss ways to break down ‘the ‘burden of bias’ within Mass. nonprofits

Four hundred and fifty people tuned in for a forum hosted by the Boston Foundation on October 28 to hear an update to the Race to Lead study on racial...

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Massachusetts

R2L Revisited

Report highlights barriers faced by nonprofit leaders in Massachusetts

While nonprofits in Massachusetts continue to make progress in promoting, retaining, and supporting leaders of color, that progress is slow and challenges...

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Massachusetts

R2L Revisited

Massachusetts nonprofits falling short in efforts to support, promote leaders of color

New research from BMP for the Boston and Barr Foundations finds that Massachusetts continues to follow national trends in its failure to promote, retain and support nonprofit leaders of...

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R2L Revisited

10 Steps Nonprofits Can Take to Make Space for Black Male Leadership

This article is the third in a series of personal essays that NPQ, in partnership with Tony Pickett of the Grounded Solutions Network and Marcus Littles of Frontline Solutions, is...

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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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