At the end of 2021, NPQ convened an advisory committee on racial justice and asked the question: What is the edge of current racial justice work? The group converged around “building pro-Black organizations,” and the Spring magazine issue will focus on the topic.
I had several experiences around the same time that reflected a deep schism in racial justice work, depending on where one is situated. The crux of this schism is the line that divides nonprofit organizations and philanthropic ones.
One experience: While participating on a panel on media covering philanthropy, I was asked to speak on the recent controversy in a large philanthropy network. I was un
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