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Big Talk From Big Tech On Racial Equity, But Not All Workers Are Buying It
The Minnesota Freedom Fund raises donations to bail out protesters
Black Lives Matter network establishes $12M grant fund
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Generous Giving or Phony Philanthropy? A Critique Of Well-Meaning 'Winners'
In his book Winners Take All: The Elite Charade of Changing the World, Anand Giridharadas takes on the “win-win” philosophy of philanthropy.
Darren Walker on Justice-Based Philanthropy | Skoll Foundation
The president of the Ford Foundation discusses justice-based giving.
5 Ways to Show Up for Racial Justice Today
Donating money is just one way to participate in the movement for racial equality.
'Decolonizing Wealth' Addresses Philanthropy's White Supremacy Problem, Offers Solutions
In his book Decolonizing Wealth, philanthropist Edgar Villanueva lays out a framework to shift philanthropy from gift-giving to building community.
Billions have been raised for racial equity groups - what comes next?
This BBC News article talks about the next steps that organizations are taking to put the money they've raised to fight racial inequality to work.
Black & African American-Focused Charities | Charity Navigator
See how charities score in terms of financial responsibility, accountability, and transparency.
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