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    Leadership

    Nothing About Us Without Us: Invest in Disabled Leaders to Advance Equitable Technology for Everyone

    People with disabilities are at the forefront of many important social movements, yet funders continue to underinvest in their leadership development.

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    Leadership

    Abundance is the strategy: Lessons from the work for universal legal representation

    Nonprofits and social justice organizations often have long operated in a cycle of scarcity, adopting an abundance mindset can help better serve community needs.

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    Race Equity

    New Surveys of Asian Americans Show Persistent Racism and Hardship

    Recent findings show that anti-Asian sentiment, which saw a sharp rise during the pandemic, has not subsided, driving calls for greater and more timely policy decisions.

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    Race Equity

    Tema Okun on Her Mythical Paper on White Supremacy

    Her famous paper on White Supremacy was written in the late 1990s. Decades later, Okun revisits her article and speaks out for the first time on its weaponization.

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    Leadership

    Unlocking Progressive Power-Building

    New Left Accelerator has published a report to accelerate the progressive movement and the philanthropic sector to better support multi-entity grassroots organizations.

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    How (Not) to Dismantle White Supremacy

    Five racial justice leaders reflect on Tema Okun's "White Supremacy Culture" and why it has become ubiquitous for the progressive movement in the last few years.

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    Wellness

    What Covid-19 Vaccination Efforts Taught Philanthropy About How to Close the Racial Health Gap

    Covid-19 vaccination among Black people was far lower than their white counterparts toward the start of the pandemic, now Black adults are among the most vaccinated groups.

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    Gender Equity

    Research: Why Women Trust Their Employers Less Than Men Do

    A 2021 study found that although men and women begin with similar levels of trust in their employers, women's trust declines quickly and remains low throughout their careers.

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    Leadership

    How U.S.-based Nonprofits Can Deliver Disaster Relief Abroad: A Tigrayan Case Study

    Ethnic Tigrayans have faced ethnic and political violence in Ethiopia since 2018. A group of Tigrayan-Americans figured out how to provide on-the-ground relief.

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