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Step Up to Help Your Grantees Survive

Take a look at 9 ways in which you can step up to help protect and support your grantees.

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Race and Gender

New Toolkit Wants to Make Talking About Race Easier

Check out this articles and short video about how researchers at Stanford University have introduced an easier way to discuss race.

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Race and Gender

The Price of Gender Inequality

McKinsey & Company tackle the topic of the status of women and their economic impact

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Nonprofit Fundraising in the Age of Uncertainty

In these unprecedented times, Michael Stein, offers 5 helpful tips for nonprofit fundraising to utilize.

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Communications

Creating The Right Climate for Creative Ideas

Marti Fischer, a communication coach, explains to Forbes how the power of YES can improve CFO’s and their employees’ ideas for refining interpersonal communication.

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Race and Gender

Nice White Parents

In this five-part podcast series, "Nice White Parents," Chana Joffe-Walt tells the story of how parents in New York City have been a major obstacle to integrating schools.

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Race and Gender

Momentum: A Race Forward Podcast

The good folks at Race Forward have produced "Momentum: A Race Forward Podcast," featuring movement voices, stories, and strategies for racial justice.

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Race and Gender

Centering Blackness: A World Re-Imagined

In this particular episode of the podcast Together Apart, Alicia Walters offers Black listeners vital, practical and creative self-care coverage.

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Race and Gender

Isabel Wilkerson’s World-Historical Theory of Race and Caste

Sunil Khilnani reviews the book “Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents” by Isabel Wilkerson, in which Wilkerson compares American racial divides to the Indian caste system.

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