posted on: August 25, 2016
Is philanthropy finally getting serious about racial equity and racial justice? I don’t know. But I’m pleased with some of the sustained conversation that has been happening, and we are delighted to keep fanning the flames with the summer issue of Responsive Philanthropy.
In “Tackling racial justice: Why, how and so what?”, Tamara Copeland, president and CEO of the Washington Regional Association of Grantmakers, writes about association’s journey in confronting the issue of race and racial justice among its members. Others in the sector who want to address structural racism in their own institutions can learn much from WRAG’s “Putting Racism on the Table.”
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