It’s time we listen to words of Frederick Douglass

Despite what you may have heard, abolitionist and statesman Frederick Douglass died in 1895. Still, the racial America Douglass exhorted to live up to its ideals languishes, particularly though the lens of a Rochester, NY speech he gave 167 years … Read More

The Challenge of Negotiating Race in Cross-Sector Spaces

We must take on the difficult work of accounting for race and racism in our collective change-making endeavors or face the risk of failing to undo systemic inequities. In 2016, when I started researching the successes and failures of cross-sector partnerships like My … Read More

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