Philanthropy is evolving. Under the current social and economic climate, there is an increasing need to address the role of philanthropy in the realm of racial justice and gender disparities. On February 3, 2021, the Nonprofit Master’s Program and Center for Social Impact Strategy at Penn’s School of Social Policy and Practice hosted a joint event to discuss the nature of the current philanthropic ecosystem. The panelists share ways to approach philanthropic giving in consideration of historical events, the intersectionality of race across different issue areas, and growing social challenges.
CHIP Founding Executive Director Kat Rosqueta moderated the discussion, featuring Dr. Abhishek Bhati (Assistant Professor in Political Science, Bowling Green State University), Matt Stephenson (Co-Founder & CEO, Code2College), and Iimay Ho (Executive Director, Resource Generation).
Read the full article about racial equity and philanthropy at The Center for High Impact Philanthropy.