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Webinar Recap - Harnessing the Power of Social Marketing to Build a Better World

Webinar Recap - Harnessing the Power of Social Marketing to Build a Better World

Originally aired April 27, 2016.

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Chicago DEI Series - Post 3

It is a vivid memory, the day I woke up, opened my eyes, and began to see the chasm that clenches racial inequity in this country and the world—it is pervasive and structural, unyielding and entrenched. The day was a cold afternoon in December 2014...

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Board Member Spotlight: 4 Questions for Christine Reeves Strigaro

A shared post from Alliance for Nonprofit Management

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Emerging Never Stops

Blogpost by Caitlin Fisher, former co-chair of EPIP Boston

 

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Chicago DEI Series - Post 2: Advancing DEI in Philanthropy Means Starting Where You Stand

How can emerging practitioners disrupt this exhaustion, breathe new life in the effort to advance DEI in philanthropy and throughout the sector, and begin to make DEI not only visible but consequential to communities affected by historic and systemic inequities?

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Chicago DEI Series - Opening Post

EPIP Chicago members and leaders are launching a blog series on DEI - Diversity, Equity and Inclusion - in philanthropy. This is the first of five posts in the series. 

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Webinar Recap - Indie Philanthropy: Stories from the field of reimagined funding

Webinar Recap - Indie Philanthropy: Stories from the field of reimagined funding

Originally aired March 30, 2016.

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Call for EPIP Board of Advisors - Now Open

EPIP is excited to announce our call for new advisory board members.

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Webinar Recap: Implicit Bias in Grantmaking

Webinar Recap - Implicit Bias in Grantmaking.

Originally aired on March 16, 2016.

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Members on Issues: Does State School Reform Have a Democracy Problem?

A couple months into my first job in philanthropy at the Skillman Foundation, I was assigned a special project that gave me a closer look at the long-term state takeover of Detroit schools. And as it turns out, Detroit is not alone…

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