African American Philanthropy: A Culture of Generosity
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African Americans have participated in charitable giving in this country for hundreds of years, and over the past decade, African American families have—more than any other racial group—contributed the largest proportion of their wealth to charity. If nonprofits are serious about cultivating diverse communities, they must commit across their organizations to diversity and inclusion as well as dedicate time, resources, and attention to identify, solicit, and steward Black donors on their own terms.
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