• Jeanne Tedrow, President & CEO, North Carolina Center for Nonprofits

  • Jeanne Tedrow, President and CEO, North Carolina Center for Nonprofits

  • One of Stanford Social Innovation Review's podcasts series called Inside Social Innovation is composed of "talks and lectures by leaders of social change." Topics range from social entrepreneurship to leveraging technology and digital literacy in the social sector to equity and inclusion.


  • Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity Policy Template - This resource from Bloomerang is designed for small nonprofits in the arts, however this policy can be used as a starting point and modified to meet your organization's needs.

    See also: 6 Tips for Creating a Strong Diversity Statement


  • Disability is a social construct defining what is "normal" and what is not. For organizations already building an understanding of race, gender, and other social constructs and their consequences, this webinar offers a framework to help leaders consider disability in equity planning and identify ways their nonprofit can better include people with disabilities on its staff and board, and among its target population.

  • During our time on part 2 of the webinar series, participants will have the opportunity to take a "deeper dive" in exploring more intimately the extent to which white dominant cultural tendencies have been internalized and operationalized within organizations and the role that gatekeepers have in perpetuating or disrupting patterns of exclusionary and non-inclusive practices and policies.

  • During our time, participants will explore the concept of whiteness by way of the socio-political and historical contexts by which whiteness, and therefore the white dominant culture by which most nonprofits operate, was constructed and has been upheld through policy, legal decisions, and Eurocentric cultural values.

  • By Gracie Johnson-Lopez, Diversity & HR Solutions

  • Join the Center and presenter Tema Okun to ground ourselves in a shared understanding of what white supremacy culture is and how it manifests in our organizations so we are better positioned to challenge it. We’ll examine how we are navigating white supremacy culture personally, in our nonprofits, and in our communities, and define our stake in dismantling white supremacy culture as we envision a transformative way of being and doing in the world.

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  • Staff who are not in leadership positions sometimes ask how they can initiate discussions about racial equity. Sometimes, organizations' leaders say they want to but don’t have any funds. You don’t have to be the boss or spend a lot of money to illustrate your commitment to beginning this important work. There are many free or low cost resources out there.

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