“A failure to embrace difference. One of the major problems facing us as a field is that we have not really accepted what it would take to go back and heal the root causes of inequity. At its root is a question about who is valued and who is worthy of positive change and investment,” says Trust President Laura Gerald.
Dr. Gerald is one of 25 leaders highlighted in The Chronicle of Philanthropy’s “Leaders of Color Speak Out” feature. Hear from her, and from other nonprofit and foundation leaders of color from around the country.