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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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FOR THE GREATER GOOD

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

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Too Many Local Community Foundations Still Underinvesting in Black Communities

Analysis of publicly available data finds that among some of the largest community foundations, only 1% of grants are going to Black communities, despite their 15% share of the local population.

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