Reflecting on the Supreme Court’s affirmative action ruling
Diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging are vital components of a just society, and affirmative action measures are necessary to address the systemic barriers that have historically disadvantaged marginalized groups. I encourage all our members to engage in constructive dialogue, educate others about the importance of affirmative action and advocate for policies that promote equity and inclusivity.
Americans don’t think nonprofits can fix society’s ills. Here’s how to make sure charities can succeed.
When asked to cite examples of what’s working, many of us point to other cities, states or nations – rather than the solutions happening right in our backyards. To change people’s minds, we must shift the narrative – the stories we tell ourselves about how society works and what obstructs change – toward the things nonprofits and their partners are already doing about deep-seated problems.
Cultivating Equitable Grantmaking Practices through Trust-Based Philanthropy
Trust-based philanthropy is not a one-size-fits-all approach, and its application may vary based on specific contexts, circumstances and organizations. Funders can adapt these practices to align with their values and the needs of their grantees and communities.