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"Working with other organizations—whether in a loose affiliate network or movement, or in a more structured partnership or merger—requires a commensurate growth in collaboration capacity."

Read more about capacity building & collaboration in @SSIReview: https://ssir.org/articles/entry/building_capacity_for_sustained_collaboration

"Resilience doesn’t necessarily mean that systems and conditions have changed, but only that people have become stronger to endure the inequity of those systems," explain @AshleyKShelton and @dviyer in our recent #COVID19 webinar. Read our takeaways here: https://buildingmovement.org/blog/three-takeaways-weve-been-here-before-covid19-webinar/

NEXT WEEK (6/3): Join @dviyer (BMP's Senior Advisor and Director of @solidarity_is) in a discussion on self-care and caring for youth through a trauma-informed lens, hosted by @PSYyouth.

Learn more and register here (FREE): https://www.pointsourceyouth.org/weekly-covid19webinars/2txhyed4tl4knj9pja3pt7e3y2paze

"Let us naturally include women of color in the way we think about leadership, careers and advancement," says @YolandaFJohnson.

Check out her new initiative, Women of Color in Fundraising and Philanthropy (WOC), launching soon! https://philanthropywomen.org/women-leaders/new-hub-launches-for-women-of-color-in-giving/

Recent Tweets

"Working with other organizations—whether in a loose affiliate network or movement, or in a more structured partnership or merger—requires a commensurate growth in collaboration capacity."

Read more about capacity building & collaboration in @SSIReview: https://ssir.org/articles/entry/building_capacity_for_sustained_collaboration

"Resilience doesn’t necessarily mean that systems and conditions have changed, but only that people have become stronger to endure the inequity of those systems," explain @AshleyKShelton and @dviyer in our recent #COVID19 webinar. Read our takeaways here: https://buildingmovement.org/blog/three-takeaways-weve-been-here-before-covid19-webinar/

NEXT WEEK (6/3): Join @dviyer (BMP's Senior Advisor and Director of @solidarity_is) in a discussion on self-care and caring for youth through a trauma-informed lens, hosted by @PSYyouth.

Learn more and register here (FREE): https://www.pointsourceyouth.org/weekly-covid19webinars/2txhyed4tl4knj9pja3pt7e3y2paze

"Let us naturally include women of color in the way we think about leadership, careers and advancement," says @YolandaFJohnson.

Check out her new initiative, Women of Color in Fundraising and Philanthropy (WOC), launching soon! https://philanthropywomen.org/women-leaders/new-hub-launches-for-women-of-color-in-giving/

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New Research Looks at Unique Challenges of Women of Color in the Sector

New research always makes headlines, but as an organization that is committed to results-driven decision making, racial equity, and nonprofit leadership and capacity, we pay particular attention to new work...

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Women of Color

Report Identifies Barriers to Nonprofit Advancement for Women of Color

In a new report by the Building Movement Project, researchers uncovered something many women of color in the nonprofit sector intuitively know and find intimately familiar: Due to gender and...

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Study: Women of Color Face Systemic Challenges in Nonprofit Careers

A new report from the Building Movement Project’s Race to Lead program says persistent bias continues to hold back women of color from rising up the nonprofit career...

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The Systemic Obstacles Women of Color Encounter in the Nonprofit World

Women of color face systemic obstacles to their advancement over and above the barriers faced by white women and men of color, according to a new report by the Building...

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