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When the Movement Calls, Will We Hear It?

Release Date: 
02/16/2017
I recently took the BART to San Francisco International Airport, but I wasn’t trying to catch a plane. I went to join the thousands of people who protested at airports around the country in response to the president’s executive action banning...
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Stanford Social Innovation Review | Shifting Philanthropy From Charity to Justice

Release Date: 
02/16/2017
Historical injustices—perpetuated by racial and cultural conflicts, and exacerbated by a lack of empathy—are at the heart of America’s growing economic, social, and political inequalities.
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The Roots Are Still Growing

Release Date: 
10/13/2015
A social justice activist and funder who has consistently worked with the intersection of race, class and gender for more than 30 years, Susan Wefald is trying to build capacity of organizations and movements to affect change.
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PropelNext Selects 15 California Grantees

Release Date: 
08/10/2015
The PropelNext California Partnership announced that 15 nonprofits have been selected to receive grants and from its first California grantee cohort including three NCG members–the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, the David and Lucile Packard...
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Taking on Wedge Politics

Release Date: 
07/15/2015
NCG member Cathy Cha, Program Director for Immigrant Rights and Integration at the Evelyn and Walter Haas, Jr. Fund, published Taking on Wedge Politics discussing how foundations can take race issues head on.
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FordForward: The Ford Foundation Charts a New Course

Release Date: 
06/11/2015
"Today is not a new beginning. It is a next step in a quest begun eight decades ago," said Darren Walker, President of the Ford Foundation.
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Asian American & Pacific Islander Communities: An Untapped Political Bloc?

Release Date: 
06/09/2015
Here in the Bay Area we have a large and diverse Asian American and Pacific Islander Community—Asian Americans make up 24% of the Bay Area population vs. less than 6% nationwide. It’s hard to imagine this cultural community not being a strong...

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