By Lisa Schohl

September 21, 2020

This article was originally published in the Chronicle of Philanthropy.

Nonprofit leaders have been talking about the need to build more diverse and equitable workplaces for decades, yet research shows most groups have made little headway in hiring, promoting, and keeping people of color on the job.

According to a recent survey of more than 5,000 nonprofit employees by the Building Movement Project, an organization that produces research and tools on diversifying leadership, nearly half of nonwhite workers said their race curbs their career advancement, while more than two-thirds of white participants said the color of their skin gives them an advantage.


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