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Anti-Blackness, neglect of Indigenous migrants are critical blind spots in immigrant and refugee justice philanthropy

Written by: NCRP

Date: June 18, 2019

Social justice movement organizations across the country continue their critical work of securing equity and justice in our communities. But the lack of philanthropic support for these efforts shows that many grantmakers and donors are missing… Read More

Power Moves at 1 year: Biggest obstacles and next steps

Written by: Lisa Ranghelli

Date: June 12, 2019

Editor's note: This is part 2 of a 2-part reflection on the 1st year of NCRP's Power Moves toolkit. Read part 1 here. In part 1 of our reflection of the 1st year of Power Moves, we… Read More

Power Moves at 1 year: Broad reach, early signs of impact

Written by: Lisa Ranghelli

Date: June 05, 2019

Editor's note: This is part 1 of a 2-part reflection on the 1st year of NCRP's Power Moves toolkit. Read part 2 here. In the 13 months since NCRP released Power Moves, more than 2,500 individuals have… Read More

“Where’re you from and what are you?” Is your label celebrated?

Written by: Beverley Samuda-Wylder, Ryan Schlegel

Date: May 31, 2019

  "Where you from?" Nice people have demanded this of me for most of my life with good intentions, but oblivious to my discomfort and hesitancy. Because of the way I speak, I stand in an unwanted… Read More

Philanthropy must exclusively support causes that indicate a love of humanity

Written by: Dr. Abbas Barzegar , Zainab Arain

Date: May 30, 2019

Philanthropy possesses a checkered history. It is simultaneously responsible for developing some of our country’s greatest public resources while also leaving marginalized communities in the dark. At its worst, philanthropy has supported causes that poison our… Read More

Leaving Venezuela behind: A refugee crisis and the philanthropic response

Written by: Amalia Brindis Delgado

Date: May 29, 2019

Updated 6/6/19. “Why would we ever leave?” That was a sentiment I heard over and over from my cousins and friends when I returned to Venezuela every summer as I was growing up. There was a… Read More

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