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    Leadership

    A Method for Co-Creating Equitable Outcomes

    The Creative Reaction Lab has created the Equity Centered Community Design (ECCD) framework for addressing power dynamics and co-creating with communities.

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    Leadership

    The Changing Face of Advocacy

    The Ford Foundation highlights changemakers who represent the untapped power of shifting demographics and who center people and communities to create long term change.

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    Race Equity

    Coming Home to Who We Really Are

    Building on the original article published in 1999, Tema Okun offers a revised understanding of White Supremacy Culture and its continued relevance for racial justice work.

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    Resource Mobilization

    Nonprofits Weigh the Dirty Money Dilemma

    Lauren A. Taylor discusses in the Stanford Social Innovation Review the challenges for nonprofits in accepting donations from controversial sources.

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    Resource Mobilization

    Building Bridges to Communities of Color

    The Coalition for New Philanthropy has created a toolkit for engaging donors of color.

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    Resource Mobilization

    Engaging Donors of Color

    Dr. Bill Stanczykiewicz of the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy speaks in this video with Dr. Una Osili about a new report on engaging donors of color.

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    Communications

    A Youth Toolkit for Navigating Social Media

    The Center for Humane Technology has created an interactive toolkit to help young people mindfully engage with the social media environment.

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    Communications

    M+R Social Media Benchmarks

    The annual M+R Benchmarks Study provides in-depth data for nonprofits on digital performance metrics. The social media section highlights points of particular interest.

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    Communications

    Social Media Fact Sheet

    Pew Research Center found that about seven in ten Americans use social media, from just five percent in 2005. The Social Media Fact Sheet details trends over the past decade.

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