Exploring how nonprofits can remain committed to supporting the health, economic security, and well-being of historically marginalized communities — even after the end of affirmative action.
If you want to make your organization a healthy space for all and overcome biases and prejudices, you have to do the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion work. It’s that simple.
The Chief Diversity Officer (CDO) at the Urban Institute explains why it is important to re-confirm and re-establish the need to keep making progress on the important work of equity and inclusion in nonprofit organizations to affect real change.
Guiding principles for organizations that want to create a binding, board-approved JDEI policy with values, action plans, and accountability.
When we embark upon what’s known in the nonprofit world as “donation season,” chances are that your organization thinks about putting together a fundraising video or other media that demonstrates the impact of your work.
It’s important to shift attention towards structural racism and come up with viable, long-lasting solutions to systemic racism.
Tell stories that honor the dignity of our families and embrace our donors to create a more equitable and just world for all.
While receiving services in the community does not always prevent people from being referred to subminimum wage jobs, it does make it difficult.
Activist Jose “Che” Ramirez shares some of his ideas about ending homelessness in America and taking on a system bent on holding folks down.
Interview with Mando Rayo, discussing how truly serving communities requires representation on boards of directors.