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“In this moment and beyond, philanthropy must address the lack of diversity, quality, and responsiveness of capital directed to support girls of color at the intersection of their complex identities and experiences.” Grantmakers for Girls of Color’s Love Is Healing COVID-19 Response Fund is providing one million dollars in grants to resource organizations and efforts addressing the immediate impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on girls, fem(mes), and nonbinary/gender expansive youth of color. ColorLines. Philanthropy Women.
“When men are incarcerated, women bear the burden. They become the leaders and linchpins of their family and communities. Without women, things really fall apart.” The Bay talks to formerly incarcerated women and women with incarcerated loved ones, including Essie Justice Group organizing fellow Betty McKay, about the impacts that COVID-19 -- and mass incarceration overall -- has on their families. KQED.
Today, over 100 advocates on the front lines, funders and partners joined the California Funders for Boys and Men of Color, Alliance for Boys and Men of Color and Executives’ Alliance for Boys and Men of Color for a video conversation aimed at deepening our understanding of current conditions facing boys and men of color and their families, and how leaders across the state are responding. A full recap of the conversation -- and information about the next installment of their COVID-19 webinar series is forthcoming at the CFBMoC website.