Giving Compass’ Take:
• Key leaders at the Boston Ujima Project and Haymarket People’s Fund in Boston are fighting for equitable community-driven change by finding anti-racist funding channels to support black-led movements.
• How can donors help build anti-racist funding sources? How can support of grassroots organizing and participatory grantmaking help drive social justice philanthropy?
• Learn more about investing in black-led organizations.
Hundreds of years of racist federal and institutional policies have denied wealth to Black, Indigenous and communities of color. Two organizations in Boston are shifting the narrative around local funding and reimagining equitable community-driven change. In this episode of Untying Knots, we look at the ongoing process to transform financial inequity through anti racist funding. We speak with key leaders at the Boston Ujima Project and Haymarket People’s Fund to grasp how they envision and work to sustain internal and external accountable social change.
Listen to the full podcast about transforming wealth inequality by Nikhil Raghuveera and Erica Licht at Philanthropy and Social Movements.
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