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A Voice from Philanthropy
WRAG's president, Tamara Lucas Copeland, reflects on the racial bias she witnessed while serving on a DC Superior Court jury.
WRAG's president, Tamara Lucas Copeland, reflects on two weeks of jury service.
A group of 15 philanthropic leaders committed a full week to learning about racial healing last month. Here's why.
In her monthly column, Tamara writes about noticing this year that as she looks around in local shops, there are no black Santa Christmas tree ornaments.
What does the election mean for WRAG members’ philanthropy and for those of you working on education reform, access to health care, affordable housing, immigration, civic engagement, and more?
Based sardonically on Masterpiece Theatre, Structural Racism Theater introduces the viewer to concrete examples of structural racism and implicit bias in an edgy, social media-friendly way. Check it out.
Sometimes, advocates are warned to be cautious about causing “racism fatigue.” In her latest column, WRAG’s president Tamara Copeland turns that idea on its head.
Tamara Copeland reflects on the controversy surrounding evictions of low-income families at the Brookland Manor housing complex.
Last month, the Forum of Regional Associations of Grantmakers announced a new vision to expand its scope beyond regional associations like WRAG. Tamara Copeland explains why this is a an exciting development for the philanthropic sector.