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7 Tips for donors who want to successfully support Latinas in leadership

Written by: Denise Padín Collazo

Date: January 14, 2021

I invite donors to act as boldly as the Black and brown women whose bodies are the front lines of change.    In Georgia, long before the 2020 elections were part of the national news cycle, Nse Ufot, Stacey Abrams, LaTosha Brown, Phyllis Hill… Read More

Two days, one America

Written by: Ben Barge

Date: January 13, 2021

This post was originally published on NCRP's Medium page. On Jan. 5, my home state of Georgia made history. Georgians chose to send Rev. Raphael Warnock to Washington, making him Georgia’s first Black U.S. senator, the country’s 11th Black senator ever, and the second Black senator from a former Confederate state since Reconstruction. They also… Read More

What we take into the new year

Written by: Aaron Dorfman

Date: December 22, 2020

There is no doubt that this has been a uniquely challenging year for everyone across all sectors and professions, in ways we couldn’t even have fathomed as the year began.  At NCRP, our work to achieve long-term change and support for under-resourced Black, Indigenous… Read More

Sharing power through grantmaking with the Stupski Foundation

Written by: Eleni Refu

Date: November 25, 2020

As our nation struggles with how to commemorate the Thanksgiving holiday amid a pandemic, it's important to remember that we humans have a natural propensity to share with one another even when our resources are limited.   Despite the cynicism and judgments of the… Read More

Fighting for a more just and equitable ‘normal’

Written by: Cleyris Perez-Santos

Date: November 24, 2020

This year has been an exhausting year of multiple intersectional crises. We've seen everything from earthquakes in Puerto Rico to ravenous wildfires on the West Coast, all amidst a global pandemic, a never-ending string of law enforcement abuse cases and an election… Read More

This year has seen incredible leadership and dangerous failures from philanthropy

Written by: Aaron Dorfman

Date: November 10, 2020

Leadership matters, especially in challenging times.  I am feeling deep gratitude for the nonprofits (501c3 and 501c4) that played such an incredibly important role this year protecting democracy. Their work was absolutely pivotal.  Joe Biden and… Read More

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