Today’s Racial-Justice Grant Makers Could Learn a Lot From an Early-20th-Century Philanthropist

August 25, 2020

“Similarly, donors may have opportunities to help remedy the chronic health conditions that have contributed to a disproportionate number of Covid-19 cases and deaths among people of color. Efforts to cure sickle cell anemia, a debilitating disease more common in African Americans than other groups, are already well underway. So are programs such as the well-evaluated Nurse-Family Partnership, which address high rates of maternal and infant illness among Black and brown people.”

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