Black communities and organizations receive blatantly low philanthropic funding. To fix this, foundations must examine their values and the populations they serve.
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The repercussions of COVID-19 are being felt around the world. A variety of forms of philanthropy have surfaced in response.
In an effective democratic society, philanthropy should complement and expand on government action and resources.
In his new book, Philanthropy and Society, research scholar David Maurrasse highlights strategic and inclusive tactics that help philanthropic institutions to more effectively serve their communities.
Are you a Columbia or Barnard student seeking an internship for spring 2020? Apply now to intern with Dr. David Maurrasse, researching philanthropic initiatives and strategic partnerships.
The Earth Institute is seeking a research assistant to work with Dr. David Maurrasse. Research will focus on how partnerships involving various stakeholders across sectors (government, higher education, health care, philanthropy, the private sector, community organizations, and others) are addressing critical social concerns.
In the field of philanthropy, foundations have been confronted with how to address structural racism and various forms of systemic inequities. How can foundations play a greater role in reducing racial disparities, promoting criminal justice reform, and tackling any range of manifestations of inequality?