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The Inequality of Nonprofits

Nonprofits take on the nation's most excruciating social dilemmas, including advocating for the underserved and voiceless in society. Yet, the majority of its leaders work strategically to avoid acknowledging systemic racism in its own offices and boardrooms.

The needle has moved slowly since the 1970s when the nonprofit sector began its rise to where it is today. Nonprofits are now the third-largest employer after the government and retail.

According to Board Source:

  • Eighty-four percent (84%) of nonprofit board members are White.

  • Ninety-percent (90%) of nonprofit board chairs are White.

  • Ninety-percent (90%) of nonprofit Executive Directors/CEOs are White.



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