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Fewer People Want to Lead Nonprofits. What’s the Answer?
The Chronicle of Philanthropy

Building Movement Project’s Co-Executive Directors explore our latest report in the Race to Lead series which finds that aspiring leaders, especially those of color, aren’t being pulled into leadership through...

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With Crisis Comes Change: Black Women and the Glass Cliff
The Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy

First published in the 11 Trends in Philanthropy for 2024 report, this article features Building Movement Project’s Race to Lead research and uncovers some of the challenges and opportunities of...

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What It Looks Like to Build a Pro-Black Organization
Nonprofit Quarterly

Amilcar Cabral, Pan African leader of the Guinea-Bissau and Cape Verde national independence struggle, wrote and spoke extensively about the need to fight for tangible, material changes for our...

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R2L Revisited

Leadership Development Programs Need an Upgrade: Five Ways to Advance Racial Equity
Center for Effective Philanthropy

As the nation grapples with “the great resignation” across a range of job industries since the start of the pandemic, employment challenges extend to the nonprofit sector as...

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