The Associated Press reported recently corporate giving to racial equity causes has far outpaced donations from foundations and individual philanthropists since Floyd’s killing in May, according to the philanthropy research organization Candid.
NDN Collective announced recently that the charges against Nick Tilsen, NDN Collective President and CEO, and all other Land Defenders arrested on July 3 in the Black Hills will be dropped.
"How can we support artists across the country, keeping in mind that each community presents a unique set of circumstances? The answer is simple, yet often overlooked: we do it together."
For the month of April, GIA’s photo banner features work supported by the Essex County Community Foundation.
A panel hosted in May 2020 by the Freelance Artist Resource Collective on building solidarity in and with Asian American & Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities featured important conversations that deserve reliving in the midst of acts of violence against Asian American communities.
The McKnight Foundation implemented a new program devoted to equity and inclusion in Minnesota. In a conversation with the National Center for Family Philanthropy, David Nicholson, program director of the Vibrant & Equitable Communities program, talks about how that team is thinking about systems change and what they’ve learned so far.
Grantmakers in the Arts (GIA) just released Solidarity Not Charity: Arts & Culture Grantmaking in the Solidarity Economy, a report that explores how the grantmaking community can support culture-workers and artists through an increasingly just economy.
In its inaugural Cultural Equity report, the Arts & Science Council (ASC) shares the organization's journey of steps – and missteps – on its path to becoming an organization where its commitment to equity is reflected in its work.
The Boston Foundation Arts & Culture team, the Barr Foundation and the Mayor's Office of Arts & Culture center racial equity, transparency and accountability join forces in a new approach to grantmaking.
Grantmakers in the Arts joins a community statement from Asian Americans Advancing Justice-Atlanta & Georgia NAACP in response to violence against Asian American communities and as we grieve the tragedy on March 16, in which eight people, including six Asian women, were killed at three spas.