Since June 2020, Black leaders in Canadian philanthropy have been sprinting.
They’ve started new organizations, raised new dollars, and spent countless hours educating non-Black Canadians about racism, funding inequities and the need for increased support for Black communities across the country.
In early August, a group of Black leaders had an opportunity to catch their breath and gather together in community at a pair of conferences happening as part of Black Philant
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