Stanford Social Innovation Review Article: Shifting Power to Communities in Grant Funding

For all the attention paid to diversity in board and executive leadership, and who receives grants, another fundamental area of racial justice in the funding world is ripe for exploration: Who has decision-making power over where capital flows?

This article in Stanford Social Innovation Review, co-authored by Dalberg’s Marcus Haymon, proposes that funders share decision-making power over who receives capital with the communities they hope to serve in order to further advance racial justice.

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