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The Race Gap: Opportunities to Lead Nonprofits Are Still Unequal

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TWO DAYS LEFT to apply for the 2020 Solidarity School! If you want to deepen your understanding of transformative solidarity, your roles, your ecosystems & your solidarity commitments, then this 4-week program may right be for you.

Learn more & apply: http://bit.ly/solidarityschool2020

"For all of their rigidity, foundations often bend the rules after disasters, which has proven to be very effective." So, how do we ensure that groups hit hardest by #COVID19 receive the funding needed to sustain themselves & their constituents? Read more: https://www.philanthropy.com/article/Trauma-Promise-and/249066

Did you miss last week's webinar about our new #RacetoLead report? We presented key findings about race, leadership and equity in the nonprofit sector & we spoke with three experts about how we can move forward.

Read the takeaways & watch the recording: https://buildingmovement.org/blog/three-takeaways-from-bmps-race-to-lead-revisited-webinar/

Recent Tweets

TWO DAYS LEFT to apply for the 2020 Solidarity School! If you want to deepen your understanding of transformative solidarity, your roles, your ecosystems & your solidarity commitments, then this 4-week program may right be for you.

Learn more & apply: http://bit.ly/solidarityschool2020

"For all of their rigidity, foundations often bend the rules after disasters, which has proven to be very effective." So, how do we ensure that groups hit hardest by #COVID19 receive the funding needed to sustain themselves & their constituents? Read more: https://www.philanthropy.com/article/Trauma-Promise-and/249066

Did you miss last week's webinar about our new #RacetoLead report? We presented key findings about race, leadership and equity in the nonprofit sector & we spoke with three experts about how we can move forward.

Read the takeaways & watch the recording: https://buildingmovement.org/blog/three-takeaways-from-bmps-race-to-lead-revisited-webinar/

Leaders of color are often brought into spaces that are not able to support & sustain them. Even worse is when they're recruited specifically to address DEI issues and race equity.

So, what can orgs & boards do to support leaders of color? Read more here: https://nonprofitquarterly.org/failure-is-not-an-option-how-nonprofit-boards-can-support-leaders-of-color/

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Nonprofits Led by People of Color Win Less Grant Money With More Strings (Study)

Organizations led by people of color win less grant money and are trusted less to make...

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Practicing Equity: Activating Oppositional Consciousness from the Margin

Research has shown that leaders of color are qualified and eager to take on leadership roles in this...

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What We Are Learning About the Nonprofit Racial Leadership Gap – Sector Leadership Spot

Despite the dominant narrative that higher education, plus experience, plus training eventually equals career advancement, the data reveals that this equation does not hold true for people of color, specifically...

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Women of Color

Let’s Get Real About Why Women of Color Are So Tired

Women of color leaders are guarding a dirty little secret: Our work is eroding our mental, physical, and emotional...

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