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Resources from After Hurricane Harvey and Irma: Specific Challenges Facing Immigrants and Refugees

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09/2017
In this webinar co-sponsored with Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees, members learned about unique post-disaster challenges facing immigrants and refugees, particularly those who are low-income and limited English proficient, and explored both their immediate and long-term needs. We discussed ways that philanthropy can most effectively support recovery and rebuilding efforts in diverse affected regions in the months and years that lie ahead.
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Jobs for All: The Movement to Restore Employment Rights for Formerly Incarcerated People

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09/2017
NCG member The Rosenberg Foundation recently released a new report on the movement to restore employment rights to formerly incarcerated people. This report, Jobs for All: The Movement to Restore Employment Rights for Formerly Incarcerated People , provides an overview of this powerful movement led by formerly incarcerated people and the most significant policy wins to date and outlining the priorities that are essential for expanding employment opportunities.
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The State of Change: An Analysis of Women and People of Color in the Philanthropic Sector

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08/2017
As the leading voice for philanthropy, the Council on Foundations is committed to promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) as a core policy and fundamental operating principle in the philanthropic sector. This report, The State of Change: An Analysis of Women and People of Color in the Philanthropic Sector , helps inform strategies that support DEI efforts.
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An Equity Profile of the Five-County San Francisco Bay Area Region

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08/2017
The San Francisco Foundation together with PolicyLink and PERE, the Program for Environmental and Regional Equity at the University of Southern California, recently published this report outlining an equity profile of the Bay Area. This Five-County San Francisco Bay Area Equity Profile adds to the growing body of research that finds that greater economic and racial inclusion fosters stronger economic growth and a more equitable region.
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Resources from The Problem of Poverty isn’t Getting any Younger: A Funder Briefing on Poverty and Aging

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07/2017
Our region’s increasing poles of wealth and poverty and racial disparities mean people getting older will need thoughtful action now if we are to build the kind of inclusive participatory communities we value. On July 27th, the Metta Fund, Thomas J. Long Foundation, Marin Community Foundation, and NCG brought together a robust panel to discuss and equip members with thoughtful insights into the ways that inequity plays out as we age across economic justice, racial equity, asset building, women’s issues, workforce development, and social determinants of health.
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Drawing Electoral Lines: Making Redistricting Work for All | 6/7/2017

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06/2017
With our expert panel, we had an informed, nonpartisan dialogue about the legal, political, practical, and charitable routes toward fairer redistricting. We discussed what solutions could work better, and how funders can support a redistricting process that is independent, transparent and ensures that communities are fully and fairly represented locally, at the state level, and in Congress.
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Resources from Building Financial Security for Bay Area Families: New Data, Partnerships and Solutions

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11/2015
While only 10% of households across the Bay Area are living in poverty, over three times more are financially vulnerable. Brand new data from CFED in partnership with Citi Community Development reveals that 35% of households in the Bay Area are liquid asset poor—they do not have enough savings to live above the poverty level for just three months should they lose a job, have a health emergency, or suffer another disruption in income. Those living in asset poverty lack a financial cushion and are unable to invest in their futures. They can’t save for education, homeownership, or retirement—...
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Quantifying Hope: Philanthropic Support for Black Men and Boys

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04/2015
This report analyzes U.S. funding trends for Black men and boys and describes recent initiatives in the field of Black male achievement. The brief shows a distinct trend toward increased U.S. foundation funding for organizations and programs that are working to improve the life outcomes of Black males.
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Resources from California’s Tomorrow: A Framework for Improving the Lives of Young Males of Color

Publication date: 
12/2014
A Life Course Framework for Improving the Lives of Boys and Young Men of Color provides a way to think about and conceptualize positive outcomes for this population of young men . This framework has been developed to offer foundations the ability to take the types of bold, targeted, thoughtful action required across every system that touches the lives of these children and youth from education to work to health to justice.
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Foundations Facilitate Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: Partnering with Community and Nonprofits

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09/2014
This new D5 report confirms that foundations can, in fact, facilitate diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) through their grantmaking processes and their partnerships with nonprofits—and identifies eight specific practices for foundations to emulate.

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