This guest post was authored by Rahsaan Harris, the President & CEO of The Emma Bowen Foundation For Minority Interests in Media.
Dr. Harris most recently served as EPIP’s second Executive Director from 2012-2014.
Don’t give up I refuse to accept the view that mankind is so tragically bound to the starless midnight of racism and war that the bright daybreak of peace and brotherhood can never become a reality…Read more
This post originally appeared on the Nonprofit Quarterly blog at https://nonprofitquarterly.org/policysocial-context/24893-the-oppression-olympics-the-critique-of-my-brothers-keeper.html
Voices from the Field: The Oppression Olympics & The Critique of MBK WRITTEN BY RAHSAAN HARRIS AND AKILAH WATKINS-BUTLER ...Read more
This guest post was authored by Danielle Dias Coutinho, VP of Strategy & Outreach, Pipeline Fellowship ...Read more
July 16, 2014
Grace Under Pressure: How to Build Engagement and Capacity for Action in Distressed CommunitiesRead more
By Nadia Owusu, Senior Associate for Knowledge and Organizational Development, Living Cities
“I am a man of substance, of flesh and bone, fiber and liquids-and I might even be said to possess a mind. I am invisible, understand, simply because people refuse to see me.”- Ralph Ellison, Invisible Man
Last summer, I read with interest a slew of articles critiquing the philanthropic sector and calling for large-scale change.
Webinar recap - From Gender Theory to Gender Transformative Giving: Reconnecting Race, Class and Gender
Webinar – From Gender Theory to Gender Transformative Giving: Reconnecting Race, Class and Gender
Wednesday, February 12, 2014Read more
The following post was authored by Riki Wilchins, Executive Director of TrueChild. Join Riki and EPIP for a fully discussion of this and other issues related to gender theory on our upcoming webinar on Wednesday, February 12th.
Those of us who studied Judith Butler, postmodernism and gender theory at school may wonder if it has anything to teach us about philanthropy. As one young program officer confided to me, "I studied all this stuff in college, but I've always had to keep it totally separate from my foundation day job."Read more