Five Black leaders in social impact you should know

Leaders share the work they’re most excited about in 2022, and what they’d change about the social impact sector given the chance

Why It Matters

Black communities continue to be excluded from leadership roles in the social impact sector, and overrepresented in those who access social services and programs (globally and in Canada). Learning from the work of Black changemakers is essential to building an anti-racist sector.

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