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Philanthropy has a huge opportunity—and responsibility—to build a culture of repair both inside and outside their organizations. Read More.
Many in philanthropy have expressed a desire to advance racial equity and a thriving multiracial democracy. This article, written in collaboration with Liberation Ventures, invites philanthropists, foundations, and other funders to see reparations for Black people—and building a culture of repair—as a necessity to reach that goal. Read More.
What a year. It is hard to believe that at this time last year, Liberation Ventures didn’t even have a website. It can sometimes be discouraging to look forward and feel how far there is still to go – until you look back, and realize how far you’ve come. That is where hope lives. Read More.
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