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The Role of Foundations in Integrating Antipoverty Work into a Broader Systemic Change Agenda

By Raquiba LaBrie

The interconnected forms of racial, economic, and other inequality plaguing communities of color and low-income communities cannot be analyzed in isolation. Dismantling the web of inequality requires an equally intricate and multifaceted approach. Foundations can bring much more than cash payments to the table to promote multisector collaboration in advancing systemic change.

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