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Non-profit organizations are not immune to the institutional racism that pervades the larger society within which we exist. However, our sector is developing pathbreaking initiatives to be more reflective of all segments of that society. In so doing, we are transformed, developing greater respect for and appreciation of cultural, gender, ability, class and orientation differences – and becoming more effective organizations. The following articles and resources provide proven ideas and activities to help you build a more diverse, inclusive nonprofit.
In valuing differences, the non-profit sector builds the capacity and infrastructure of organizations. Organizations are empowered to develop and deliver services and programs that give power and voice to communities. These non-profit organizations are also empowered to maintain relevance as active, vital contributors to the development of society.
More than 20 years later, the Diversity & Inclusion Initiative continues to be committed to valuing differences, and is able to demonstrate that transformation can be achieved. The DII works with individual nonprofits generous enough in their pursuit of change that they are willing to share the successes and failures of their work. The DII has documented and published these experiences in an effort to share the learning sector-wide.