Race, Culture, Power, and Inclusion in Foundations Edit Title

Marga Incorporated’s report to the Annie E. Casey Foundation entitled Race, Culture, Power and Inclusion in Foundations scans the field of philanthropy to learn about practices with respect to race and equity in order to provide guidance around these issues. The report explores the ways in which race, class, culture, and power are manifested in management, operations, programs and external relations of a broad spectrum of foundations around the US. This research included interviews and consultative sessions, and the findings are divided into five sections: (1) identifying and clarifying foundation-wide goals, (2) grant programs, (3) institutional or internal mechanisms, (4) performance measurement issues, and (5) recommended next steps for foundations and ongoing research.

Marga Incorporated’s report to the Annie E. Casey Foundation entitled Race, Culture, Power and Inclusion in Foundations scans the field of philanthropy to learn about practices with respect to race and equity in order to provide guidance around these issues. The report explores the ways in which race, class, culture, and power are manifested in management, operations, programs and external relations of a broad spectrum of foundations around the US. This research included interviews and consultative sessions, and the findings are divided into five sections: (1) identifying and clarifying foundation-wide goals, (2) grant programs, (3) institutional or internal mechanisms, (4) performance measurement issues, and (5) recommended next steps for foundations and ongoing research.

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