Nonprofits Serving White People Have Access To Way More Capital Than Minority-Led Groups, Data Shows
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The big idea
Nonprofits that serve people of color or are led by nonwhite executive directors have a harder time getting the funding they need than other organizations, increasing their financial hardships.
That's what we found when we surveyed more than 200 social services and arts nonprofits across the U.S. that focus on the needs of particular racial and ethnic groups. We researched three kinds of organizations: those helping meet immigrants' needs; those promoting different cultural heritages or preserving the traditions of particular ethnic groups; and folk arts nonprofits.... Read more