Nonprofits that serve communities of color struggle to survive because of systemic racial disparities and biases. To surmount these challenges, we recommend seven approaches that have emerged from our work with these communities.
In the past five months that have seemed like an eternity, philanthropy has faced a reckoning on the deep racial inequities that plague society and our institutions at all levels.
Appeals of rulings by the Small Business Administration could add months to businesses’ efforts to see their Paycheck Protection Program loans forgiven.
It’s Black Business Month and the state is placing the spotlight on Maryland’s Black-owned businesses. WJZ’s Amy Kawata spoke to two popular businesses on why it’s so important to support them, especially now.
A day after a deadly explosion leveled three homes in Northwest Baltimore, people from far-away counties and neighboring states arrived at the blast
The twin crises of pandemic and recession are straining the region’s philanthropies and could force as many as a third of nonprofits to close or merge before the economy recovers, according to top executives in the sector.
Fewer than a third of Paycheck Protection Program loans of at least $150,000 in Baltimore went to areas of the city where minorities make up the majority of the population — and most of those loans didn't go to Black-owned businesses, a Baltimore
Over the last four months, organizations around the globe have surveyed foundations, nonprofits, civil society organizations, and individuals to learn how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting them.
In April, Exponent Philanthropy and PEAK Grantmaking each fielded a survey to see how their respective communities of funders were responding to the impact of COVID-19 on their communities, grantees, and internal
We write to you as Black, Indigenous, and other People of Color (BIPOC) leaders in food and agriculture who work with hundreds of grassroots communities across the country who have been at and on the frontlin