A message to the WRAG community from the president of the National Civil Rights Museum.
Six students from the University of Maryland’s Do Good Institute are working at five WRAG member organizations this year.
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.
This year we set out to raise $5 million toward an impact investing initiative in support of affordable housing in the region. We've now raised nearly $7 million!
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.
With the announcement of the Community Foundation for Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties forthcoming community awareness campaign, WRAG’s Katy Moore and Amy Owen, ED of the foundation, take a closer look at poverty in Loudoun County – a place typically portrayed as having great wealth.
Dr. Gail Christopher of the Kellogg Foundation closed out WRAG's learning series by sharing how philanthropy can effect change on racism and racial inequity.
Manuel Pastor was the fifth speaker in WRAG's Putting Racism on the Table learning series for philanthropy.