The Nonprofit Racial Leadership

Gap in the Milwaukee Area:

A Race to Lead Brief

This report offers findings from the subset of 2019 survey respondents who work in the Milwaukee area. It builds upon the findings of the main report and explores how decades of discriminatory housing policies and economic hardship in the Milwaukee metropolitan area have resulted in one of the largest racial wealth gaps in the country.

Key Findings

Featured Data

People of color in the Milwaukee area

were more likely to report their race / ethnicity negatively impacted their careers compared to white respondents in the area and nationally.

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Constantine, Tessa (2020). The Nonprofit Racial Leadership Gap in the Milwaukee Area: A Race to Lead Brief.