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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

Bad Data Helps Advance an Anti-Black Agenda

Written by: Ryan Schlegel

 The latest issue of brand new far-right magazine Compact repeats Candid racial equity numbers that include pledges, double counting, and in-kind giving to decry the "dizzying array" of foundations willing to throw "no-strings-attached money" at racial equity.  … Read More

Creating Black Systems of Care and the Next Generation of Black Maternal Health Leaders

Written by: Kanika A. Harris

[caption id="attachment_20572" align="alignright" width="300"] Kanika A. Harris[/caption] Reflecting on Black Maternal Health Week’s theme “Building for Liberation: Centering Black Mamas, Black Families, and Black Systems of Care” Dr. Kanika A. Harris, MPH, the Director of Maternal… Read More

How Philanthropy Can Support the Leadership of Black & Other Women of Color

Written by: Avery Crocker

Date: April 01, 2022

As we end Women's History Month, its important to remember that we have an opportunity on a daily basis to honor the many generations of trailblazing women who have helped shape our lives today. For philanthropy,… Read More

Remembering Dave Beckwith

Written by: Aaron Dorfman

Date: March 22, 2022

As most of you have heard by now, Dave Beckwith, my friend and co-conspirator for the past 20 years, died on February 22, 2022. Dave was perhaps the single greatest champion within philanthropy for community organizing.… Read More


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