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Philanthropic Redlining: The Case for Funding Black Social Change

Did you know that only 2% of funding from the nation's largest foundation is specifically targeted to the Black community?

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The Black Social Economy: The African Diaspora Experience in Solidarity Economics

CLLCTIVLY is excited to launch CLLCTIV CONVERSATIONS, with our first guest, Dr. Caroline Hossein, award-winning economist, professor, and author of The Black Social Economy in the Americas: Exploring Diverse Community-Based Markets.

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CLLCTIVLY Uses Kwanzaa Principles to Build Community and Give Back

CLLCTIVLY has invested over $200,000 in Black-led and Black-owned businesses since its launch in 2019 On

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NFL’s Calais Campbell + Rockefeller Pledges $200K to support CLLCTIVLY & Black-Owned Businesses

Walter Payton Man of the Year Calais Campbell and the Rockefeller Foundation join forces to support CLLCTIVLY Covid-19 Baltimore Micro-Grant Fund

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mTkalla: CLLCTIVLY is providing a lifeline for Black-led Organizations

mTkalla, is the owner of SunSpot Studios and a recent recipient of the Baltimore Black-led Solidarity Fund. CLLCTIVLY has also partnered with SunSpot Studios to host CLLCTIVSOUND: Artist in Residence Program.

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Dea C. Lott: Why you should support CLLCTIVLY

Dea C. Lott is the founder of Spiritual Living by Che and a recipient of the Baltimore Black-led Solidarity Fund.

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Jamye Wooten Selected for 2021 Connecting Leaders Fellowship Program

Currently, only 5 percent of racial equity funding in the U.S. is specifically focused on movement-building and grassroots organizing, indicating an urgent need to increase funding for activists and groups that are advancing sweeping change. As the Black community struggles to manage these overlapping pandemics, philanthropy has a critical role to play.

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Reimagine Philanthropy

SHIFTING PERSPECTIVES | CEDING POWER | HEALING COMMUNITIES Maryland Philanthropy Network is using this year’s

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FOR THE GREATER GOOD

CLLCTIVLY's founder, Jamye Wooten, featured in the Fall issue of John Hopkins Magazine. Elizabeth Evitts

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How a Local Business used the COVID-19 Pandemic To Pivot and Give Black

Karida Collins, owner of Neighborhood Fiber Co. and founder of NFC Momentum Fund talks to CLLCTIVLY about how she pivoted during COVID-19 and continues to give back and support Black-led organization serving in Baltimore.

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