This month, we reflected on Indigenous People's Day by...
- Learning about the history of the Americas through a Native lens, from the tribal independence era through the current era of Indian self-determination and self-governance.
- Remembering whose land we actually live on using this map of tribal lands in the Americas and Australia.
- Sharing this self-assessment tool that can help foundations determine where they are in their work with tribal communities, Native organizations, and Indigenous peoples.
- Bookmarking this series of articles from Nonprofit Quarterly that lift up Native voices and identify ways that philanthropy can help Indigenous communities.
- And remembering that The Future Is Indigenous.
...and celebrated ways that philanthropy can make a difference for other marginalized people and communities.
- The Women's Philanthropy Institute introduced a Women & Girls Index to measure philanthropic giving to the 45,000+ non-profit organizations dedicated to women & girls.
- The Urban Institute covers four ways to maximize philanthropy and charitable efforts focused on Latinx communities.
- Borealis Philanthropy reflects on how philanthropy can be more antiracist.
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