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Leveraging ABFE's Three Core Tools for Racially Equitable Grantmaking | 2024 Foundation of Racial Equity: Session 5

About Session 5

In the fifth session of the Foundations of Racial Equity Series, we'll hear from ABFE's about their Responsive Philanthropy in Black Communities (RPBC) framework, analysis, and tools provide opportunities for grant makers to support Black communities, and, more broadly, our greater society. ABFE has created a set of tools to help foundations reduce gaps in racial disparities Black people and other communities of color face in the United States. We can conduct grantmaking practices that address inequities across communities by centering an intersectional framework to address anti-Black racism within organizations.  

ABFE will guide participants through an introduction to the RPBC framework and a cross-organizational strategy for implementing ABFE's three key tools for advancing racial equity. The tools will cover the following topics: 1) Data disaggregation and disparity point analysis, 2) Racial equity impact analysis, and 3) Effective communication.  

This will be an interactive working session where participants will operationalize the framework and associated tools for their organization. 

Join us to:

  • Learn about ABFE’s framework for advancing racial equity through policies and practices
  • Learn about ABFE’s core tools for advancing racial equity in a foundation’s grantmaking practices

Kyumon Murrell


Kimberly Roberts



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