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What We're Reading: February Equity & Social Justice Edition

Thursday, February 7, 2019
Hi, from Alice and Daniel, your Equity and Social Justice team at Northern California Grantmakers. We'd like to introduce you to our "What We're Reading" column. We’ve been cooking up programs and ideas for engaging the NCG community on equity and social justice issues. We thought a monthly curation of what we’re reading might spark conversation and action.
 
Additionally, we'd like to share what you're reading too. If you have articles, reports, or tools to share on addressing ability, class, gender, race, and sexuality, please reach out to us.
 
Alice Y. Hom, Director of Equity and Social Justice
 
Daniel Lau, Manager of Programs and Events
 

Curious about the racial wealth divide?

Why Racial Economic Disparity Keeps Growing in the U.S.
By Dwyer Gunn, Pacific Standard Magazine
 

“Fragilities are harmful to our work because they take us out of focusing on systemic issues.”

How Funder Fragility Is Similar to White Fragility and What Funders Can Do About It.
By Vu Le, NonprofitAF
 

Accessibility is more than a compliance issue. What if we think about it as an act of love?

The #AccessIsLove Campaign: Love It!
Who Am I to Stop It
 

Looking to fix systemic bias based on race and gender?

4 Charts That Show the Bias Against Women of Color at Nonprofits
By Ben Paynter, Fast Company
 

“It’s said that one can’t know where they’re going if they don’t know from where they’ve come.”

Black History Month Includes Black Queer History, Too
By Tre'Vell Anderson, Out
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