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Communities of color were disproportionately impacted by the unprecedented events of 2020. They experienced greater chances of contracting and dying of covid-19, becoming unemployed, and were more likely to be physically and/or emotionally impacted by racist actions and systems. This called for unprecedented actions from philanthropy, and many rose to the call – disrupting business as usual and finding new ways to advance racial equity and social justice.
All of our futures depend on supporting young people now —especially Black, Indigenous, and People of Color youth who have experienced the most severe impacts of the pandemic. Times call for philanthropy to act together and share power with Bay Area youth to counter the educational, social, and emotional losses from more than a year without in-person learning at public schools.
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