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Starting the Conversation: Using a Gender Lens in Your Grantmaking

Publication date: 
12/2016
Philanthropy New York's Funders for Gender Equity are pleased to present "Starting the Conversation: Using a Gender Lens in Your Grantmaking," a tool to help funders look at their organizations and grantmaking through a gender equity lens. The group used the following resources to develop this tool: Black Girls Matter: Pushed Out, Overpoliced and Underprotected by African American Policy Forum in partnership with the Center for Intersectionality and Social Policy Studies http://rocunited.org/infographic-who-are-tipped-workers/ http://rocunited.org/...
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Comparing the 2016 Presidential Candidates’ Health Proposals

Publication date: 
09/2016
The Commonwealth Fund recently commissioned analysts with the RAND Corporation to crunch the numbers and find out how some of the candidates’ proposals would affect health care in the U.S. You can now learn all about the findings in two new Commonwealth Fund reports, our online comparison tool, and a summary on the Fund’s To the Point blog. In modeling the candidates’ proposals, RAND’s Christine Eibner and her team found that Clinton’s would increase the number of people with health coverage, while Trump’s would decrease the number. The analyses also show lower out-of-pocket costs for...
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New Infographic Series: Shining a Spotlight on Black Girls

Publication date: 
05/2016
Schott is pleased to release our latest series of infographics, this time focusing on the barriers facing Black girls in our public schools. Only through using both a race and gender lens can we see — and fix — the unique systemic problems that Black girls must deal with on a daily basis. Unfair discipline practices. Disinvestment from curriculum. Lack of supports for girls who face familial responsibilities. High rates of exposure to sexual harassment and violence. Lack of resources for counseling and addressing trauma. These are barriers that should — and must — come down. And only through...
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