As protests and unrest grip the nation, how should Philly nonprofits respond?
Posted by Generocity on June 9, 2020
We asked nonprofit professionals and leaders across the sector, and got 12 answers. But we’re hoping for more.
The events of the past week — infuriating, heartbreaking, frustrating, exhausting — demand that we take action so our nation can dismantle the structures of racism that have threatened Black lives and well being since the nation was first established.
This isn’t news to many of our diverse and dedicated Generocity community members who fight for racial and economic justice on a daily basis. Still, the urgency of the now (I think I stole that line from Bill Golderer) calls for the nonprofit sector to respond.
What forms will that response take?
We asked folks in Philadelphia’s nonprofit sector to weigh in.
Read more: https://generocity.org/philly/2020/06/01/as-protests-and-unrest-grip-the-nation-how-should-philly-nonprofits-respond/
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