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Nonprofits must embrace risk to fight racism effectively

27 Jul 2020 9:41 AM | Nevette Previd

Change always involves a degree of risk, but nonprofit leaders must accept and embrace the fact that fighting racism will create a level of risk unlike anything they've seen before, writes Mekaelia Davis of the Surdna Foundation. Davis explores how nonprofits can reshape their relationship with risk, while noting that failing to act is the biggest risk of all.

 Full Story: Stanford Social Innovation Review online (7/23) 

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