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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

Q&A: Reimagining safety and liberation with the Ella Baker Center

Written by: Elbert Garcia

Date: August 04, 2020

As calls to #defundthepolice reach the budget proposals of local and state decision-makers, we are reminded of the prescient call of NCRP members like the Ella Baker Center. In the wake of the murder of Trayvon… Read More

Rapid response in the time of pandemic: Building movements with remote teams

Written by: NCRP

Date: March 23, 2020

Many of us have been forced to work from home for the first time in response to the coronavirus. NCRP nonprofit member Define American has 11 best practices for organizations dealing with this new reality: As… Read More

Nonprofits challenge philanthropy to innovate as they navigate COVID-19 hardships

Written by: Janay Richmond

Date: March 21, 2020

Over the last several weeks, COVID-19 has further exposed the gaping holes in our social safety net that many NCRP nonprofits work tirelessly to address on a daily basis. As communities begin to craft solutions to… Read More

Remembering Rikers Island: Nonprofits and foundations partner for reparative justice

Written by: Troy Price

Date: October 03, 2019

Updated Oct, 7, 2019 to include additional information about the Rikers Public Memory Project and the David Rockefeller Fund's involvement. A collaboration between criminal justice reform advocates, storytellers and a pair of funders has birthed a… Read More


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