Black Immigrants

Please join Napa Valley Community Foundation, Silicon Valley Community Foundation and the League of California Community Foundations for a luncheon training facilitated by Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees on how North Bay philanthropy, nonprofits and businesses can engage in the 2020 Census.
September 2019
Regional Briefing
Program
Join The Center for Disaster Philanthropy and Houston Immigration Legal Services Collaborative for a second webinar on their Supporting Immigrants in Disaster series.
September 2019
Co-Sponsored Program
Practical Matters: Tools for Supporting Immigrants in Disasters
Program
Find all webinar materials for "Change The Terms: What Philanthropy Can do to Stop Hate Online" here, including powerpoint and recording. 
Logo Collage of Co sponsors
September 2019
Program Materials
Resource
Foundation and nonprofit leaders have been stepping forward in recent days to denounce racist tweets from Donald Trump.
The Chronicle of Philanthropy logo, which features their name spelled out, with Philanthropy on its own line in large capital letters. Posted to accompany their article, Trump’s Racist Tweets Prompt Foundations to Speak Out.
July 2019
Philanthropic News
News
Leaders from all quarters of our state and nation are standing up to racist and divisive rhetoric that seeks to divide America for political purposes. We stand with them.
The James Irvine Foundation logo, which features a white flower on an orange square background to the left of their spelled out name. Posted to accompany their statement, Standing up to divisiveness, providing aid for immigrant families.
July 2019
Statement
News
In this Q&A with NCRP, Daranee Petsod, president of Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees (GCIR), urges funders to confront and overcome this implicit and explicit bias for greater impact.
The logo for National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy (NCRP) which features their acronym in lower case letters on the right, their spelled out name below it, and three chart style bars on the left, in blue and gold, with a line running through them arcing downwards.
June 2019
Commentary
News
In honor of Black History Month, this month’s policy call will celebrate the diversity and strength of the black immigrant community in the U.S., as well as delve deeper into the experience of black immigrants, refugees, and asylumseekers.
February 2019
Monthly Immigration Policy Call
Black History Month: Diversity and Strength of the Black Immigrant Community in the U.S.
Program
This resource summarizes a briefing that highlighted a wide range of issues impacting Black immigrants and ways that philanthropy can address these issues.
African girl turning in her chair at primary school. From GCIR's Black History Month: Diversity and Strength of the Black Immigrant Community in the U.S. webinar.
February 2019
Program Materials
Resource
Find all related program materials for the webinar, "Black History Month: Diversity and Strength of the Black Immigrant Community in the U.S." here, including the presentation and recording.
Materials: Black History Month: Diversity and Strength of the Black Immigrant Community in the U.S. 02.21.19
February 2019
Program Materials
Resource
The Census 2020 HTC map application was developed by the CUNY Mapping Service at the City University of New York's Graduate Center. The Mapping Service, part of the Center for Urban Research, engages with foundations, government agencies, businesses, nonprofits, and other CUNY researchers to use spatial information and analysis techniques to develop and execute applied research projects. The Census 2020 HTC map reprises a similar applicationdeveloped by CUNY for the 2010 census.
September 2017
Data Tool
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