We’re imagining and building a world after reparations — where a culture of repair is a reality. Our writing and events are moving us toward that world.
News & Opinion
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.
Happy Summer, and Happy (early) Juneteenth! The past few months have been a whirlwind, and the LV team is filled with gratitude. On Valentine’s Day we unveiled LV’s new website and inaugural report outlining our vision for a Culture of Repair. In March, we announced our second grantmaking round – $2.2M to the Black-led reparations movement. It is a joy to pause and reflect on all that has transpired now that the days are longer and warmer. None of this would have been possible without YOU. Read More.
Want to get involved in the Black-led movement for reparations?
Here are open roles across the field: