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The Nonprofit Racial Leadership Gap: Flipping the Lens

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Our new framework, the #Movement #Leadership Stool, is supported by four legs: skills, #sustainability, spaces, and squads. Where do you need more support? Learn more about the stool here: https://buildingmovement.org/blog/entry/squads_spaces_and_sustainable_movements

WEBINAR OPPORTUNITY: Register for our upcoming webinar with @CAPACD to learn about their #OurNeighborhoods toolkit. The toolkit was designed to help community organizations initiate & support efforts to address gentrification. #tools2engage
https://buildingmovement.org/blog/entry/webinar_tools2engage_ourneighborhoods_toolkit #tools2engage

"We seek to learn from and with our partners."

@ybelanger shares five lessons learned from our grantees in 2019. http://bit.ly/2QxxiYQ

@kendallnow @MassINC @BldingMovement @CLF

The #2020Census began last week in Alaska, a region that highlights both the importance and the difficulty in including historically underrepresented populations. Learn more about the count in Alaska and other areas here: https://nonprofitquarterly.org/census-count-starts-in-alaska-will-alaskan-natives-be-counted-this-time/

Recent Tweets

Our new framework, the #Movement #Leadership Stool, is supported by four legs: skills, #sustainability, spaces, and squads. Where do you need more support? Learn more about the stool here: https://buildingmovement.org/blog/entry/squads_spaces_and_sustainable_movements

WEBINAR OPPORTUNITY: Register for our upcoming webinar with @CAPACD to learn about their #OurNeighborhoods toolkit. The toolkit was designed to help community organizations initiate & support efforts to address gentrification. #tools2engage
https://buildingmovement.org/blog/entry/webinar_tools2engage_ourneighborhoods_toolkit #tools2engage

"We seek to learn from and with our partners."

@ybelanger shares five lessons learned from our grantees in 2019. http://bit.ly/2QxxiYQ

@kendallnow @MassINC @BldingMovement @CLF

The #2020Census began last week in Alaska, a region that highlights both the importance and the difficulty in including historically underrepresented populations. Learn more about the count in Alaska and other areas here: https://nonprofitquarterly.org/census-count-starts-in-alaska-will-alaskan-natives-be-counted-this-time/

Women of Color

Equity in Pursuit of Excellence: Why the Social Sector Needs Bold Strokes

In the 1970 pamphlet entitled Double Jeopardy: To Be Black and Female, Frances Beale said that “In attempting to analyze the situation of the black woman in America, one crashes...

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Women of Color

Nonprofit HR’s 2019 Women to Watch

In recognition of Women’s History Month, Nonprofit HR honors eleven women ushering us into a brighter future! In their own unique ways, they are making their corners of the world...

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Women of Color

What Nonprofits Must Do to Eliminate Barriers Faced by Women of Color

By virtually every measure – including number of registered organizations, total employment, and overall social and economic impact – the nation’s nonprofit sector continues to grow in size and influence....

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Women of Color

Race to Lead: Women of Color in the Nonprofit Sector

A new report following up on the ground-breaking 2017 Nonprofits, Leadership and Race Survey from the Building Movement Project shows that the nonprofit sector places particular burdens on women of...

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