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Race, Class, Gender, Faith & Nonprofit Funding Bias

This presentation examines funding biases of nonprofits across race, class, gender and faith. Research shows that while 52.4% of those in poverty in the USA are people of color, only 16.5% of nonprofits are led by people of color, and only 3% of foundation funding goes toward organizations that are led by people of color. Feel free to share this on your Blog or Website using the embed code link at the bottom right of the presentation. Post any comments or questions below after logging in.

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An Introduction to Systemic Theology

Executive Director Andrew Sears outlines a new branch of theology called "Systemic Theology", which provides a systems perspective on the world and God that prioritizes holistic ministry and justice.

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A Beginner's Guide to Understanding Poverty in America

Do you really understand the economic crisis in America?  This webcast by Andrew Sears, TechMission's Executive Director, provides a beginner's guide to understanding poverty in America and what can be done about it. Please forward this to friends who might want to learn about poverty and social justice.

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Black Like Me

Jean-Baptiste,  Jean Claude. (February 2006) "Black Like Me," Center for Youth Studies. 

              As Abraham, the father of the faith, I consider life like a long pilgrimage, and after him I would say the years of my pilgrimage are 55 years. I was born in Haiti, the city of Gonaives, the third largest of the country, located about 200 miles north of the capital Port-Au-Prince.  Gonaives is proudly called the city of independence because the declaration of Independence was written and proclaimed there on January 1, 1804, after 3 years of bloody war between the indigenous people and the French army.Read more

Racial Barriers in Education

 

Codginton, A. (1999). Research on Racial Barriers in Education. S. Hamilton, MA: Center for Youth Studies.

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Malcolm X Factor

Early, G. (1992, December 20). Many Malcolms, the X Factor: What you Get is What You See. The Boston Globe

, pp. A21-22.

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Black Children Feel Inferior

Black Children Feel Racially Inferior. (1987). New York Times News Service.

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AFRICAN-AMERICAN YOUTH RESOURCES

 

AFRICAN-AMERICAN YOUTH RESOURCES

 

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