Critical Issues Forum Vol 3.

DONATE Critical Issues Forum Vol 3. Marking Progress: Movement Toward Racial Justice, is the third volume of the Critical Issues Forum series, which aims to deepen the discourse around important progressive racial justice issues within philanthropy. In this journal nine authors tackle the problems and prospects of evaluating racial justice work, raising some of the … Read more

Introduction – Critical Issues Forum Vol. 3

DONATE Introduction – Critical Issues Forum Vol. 3 Lori Villarosa is the executive director and founder of the Philanthropic Initiative for Racial Equity (PRE), a multiyear project intended to increase the amount and effectiveness of resources aimed at combating institutional and structural racism. Lori has worked in philanthropy for more than 18 years; prior to … Read more

Getting on the Right Road: Up-Front Assessment is Key

DONATE Getting on the Right Road: Up-Front Assessment is Key Maya Wiley is the Executive Director of the Center for Social Inclusion, a policy and advocacy organization which works to transform structural inequity and exclusion into structural inclusion. A civil rights attorney and policy advocate since 1989, Ms. Wiley has worked for the ACLU, NAACP … Read more

Where are we going with that? Use Transformational Goals to Measure Racial Equity Work

DONATE Where are we going with that? Use Transformational Goals to Measure Racial Equity Work Rinku Sen, President and Executive Director of the Applied Research Center (ARC) and Publisher of ColorLines Magazine is a leading figure in the racial justice movement. Rinku has written extensively about immigration, community organizing and women’s lives for a wide … Read more

Identifying Markers of Change at Multiple Levels Interview with Western States Center

DONATE Identifying Markers of Change at Multiple Levels Interview with Western States Center Dan Petegorsky and Kalpana Krishnamurthy  are staff members of Western States Center, which was established to help strengthen and further develop the progressive movement in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming. For more than two decades, the center has served … Read more

We Need Tools, Capacity and Partnership Interview with National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights

DONATE We Need Tools, Capacity and Partnership Interview with National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights Since 1986 the National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights (NNIRR) has served as a forum to share information and analysis, build community capacity, raise awareness, strategize and coordinate national efforts toward securing healthy, safe and peaceful lives for … Read more

Rigorous Self-Assessment Helps Keep Us on Track Interview with Miami Workers Center

DONATE Rigorous Self-Assessment Helps Keep Us on Track Interview with Miami Workers Center Gihan Perera and Badili Jones of the Miami Workers Center (MWC) reflected on evaluation of their organization’s work in relationship to its deep neighborhood and community organizing over the last 10 years and how evaluation will fit into plans to organize statewide with … Read more

Foundations Share Approaches to Evaluating Racial Justice Work

DONATE Foundations Share Approaches to Evaluating Racial Justice Work Soya Jung is a consultant for non profits and public interest projects, providing project management and organizational development services to local and national organizations. From 2001 to 2006 she was the Grants and Program Director for the Social Justice Fund NW, and played a key role … Read more