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Democracy’s Future Depends on Investing in the South’s Refugee Leadership

Written by: Basma Alawee

Date: June 17, 2022

According to the UNHCR’s Global Trends report, 89.3 million people had been forcibly displaced worldwide by the end of 2021. Yet, for many Americans, the possibility of becoming a refugee seems abstract and detached from their… Read More

Black Migrant Justice Groups Deserve More than a Drop in the Bucket

Our country’s success is undeniably rooted in the success of all communities, including immigrants and refugees. Through our Movement Investment Project, NCRP has encouraged grantmakers to help support the inclusive and equitable future that we all… Read More

You Say You Don’t Fund Reproductive Justice? There’s still a lot you can do

Written by: Molly Schultz Hafid, Brandi Collins-Calhoun

Date: May 03, 2022

It’s hard to imagine a just and equitable world that doesn’t allow for people to have full control over decisions related to their body. Yet, after this week, there is no doubt that we are on… Read More

Bremer Trust Decision a Step Forward in Accountability

Written by: Aaron Dorfman

Date: May 02, 2022

In 2014, the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy (NCRP) and local Minnesota organizations called on the IRS and the Minnesota Attorney General’s office to investigate the "suspicious and potentially illegal behavior" of the Otto Bremer Trust.… Read More

Celebrating and Thanking Jeanné Lewis

Written by: Aaron Dorfman

Date: April 26, 2022

By now you may have seen the news that NCRP’s Vice President and Chief Engagement Officer, Jeanné Lewis, will become Interim President & CEO of Faith in Public Life in June. Her last day at NCRP… Read More

We Have a Responsibility to Support Black, Brown and Indigenous Climate Justice Leadership

Written by: Senowa Mize-Fox

Growing up in Providence, Rhode Island in a mixed-Black, bi-cultural Southern family, I took in a lot of misconceptions about the South. Misconceptions that also find their way into way too many funding strategies in government… Read More


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