Community Perspectives

Facing Race Reflection

As a mixed Asian American woman, I've grappled with white privilege from an early age. My experience as a multiracial person influenced how I've conceptualized and constructed race and identity, and it is what first politicized me as a teen, and led me to Race Forward's Colorlines blog over eight years ago. As one of my go-to resources on racial justice, I’ve valued how they view it through an intersectional and interdisciplinary lens. Facing Race was a rare opportunity for leaders across a variety of sectors to converge around racial justice and smashing the silos that often exist in social justice work. ...

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Webinar Recap - Human Centered Design with frog

Originally aired on November 16, 2016.

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Last Week's Election and Our Community

A message from Tamir Novotny following the 2016 Presidential Election.

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EPIP DC — EPIP Member Spotlight: Tony Bowen

Tony Bowen, Director, Grants Management and Operations, Democracy Fund as interviewed by Tom DiGenno, EPIP-DC Chapter Leader. Learn more about Tony, his work, his time with EPIP and some fun facts.

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Webinar Recap - EPIP Strategic Planning Update

Originally aired October 26, 2016.

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Webinar Recap - Intersectional Giving - Reconnecting Race, Social and Gender Justice for More Effective Grantmaking

Originally aired on October 19, 2016.

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EPIP's Future: Updates and Reflections from Our Executive Director

EPIP remains committed to promoting excellence in philanthropy and responsible stewardship of philanthropic resources. We can also do more to promote the success of our diverse members and advance equity in our field and the wider world. 

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2017 EPIP LA Mentorship Program is open for applications!

EPIP LA is thrilled to announce it is accepting applications for its fourth year of the Mentorship Program. Click here to learn more and apply!

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Webinar Recap - The Next Frontier in Impact Measurement Isn't Measurement At All

Originally aired on October 12, 2016.

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Two Percent for Racial Justice

In addition to including overhead costs in grant applications, ioby will now be adding a two percent line in these grants dedicated to enhancing the racial justice component of their work.

Cross-posted from ioby's blog.

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