Organizational Change and Racial Equity: Implications for Capacity-Building Practice for Organizations and Networks

Authors

  • Curdina Hill Alliance for Nonprofit Management
  • Ann Curry-Stevens Associate Professor, Portland State University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.18666/JNEL-2017-V7-I1-8023

Keywords:

racial equity, equity lens, training, anti-racism, leadership

Abstract

The changing environment both locally and nationally has heightened the need of nonprofit leadership and organizations to address issues of racial and ethnic disparities with more equitable systems and practice. This article examines the research on nonprofit organizational change through a racial equity lens and looks at implications for nonprofit capacity builders in using this research to create more effective long-term change. 

Published

2016-12-28

Issue

Section

Proceedings of the Alliance for Nonprofit Management 2015 National Conference