Technology is now an essential part of learning for many children across Maryland who are about to begin school virtually. But not every family can afford the computers and tablets that are needed to keep students in class.
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.
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
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
As we contend with two seismically important events — the Covid -19 pandemic and the uprisings over police brutality and systemic racism — foundations and nonprofits need to work harder than ever to build trust in their programs and policies.
T. Rowe Price Group Inc. is donating $2 million to organizations fighting racial injustice.
We are in a trifecta of crises that threatens our nation’s public health, economic security and democracy. Though this pandemic is new, racism and economic injustice are not. The pandemic has served to further reveal preexisting inequities in housing, education, health care, food security, policing and criminal justice, income and employment.
The nation is once again at a critical point in the centuries-long struggle to live up to its founding ideals.
What will the business community do this time?