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An Invisible Impediment to Progress: Perceptions of Racialization in the Nonprofit Sector

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February 21, 2024
12-1 p.m.
LEC (Room 130), Page Hall (1810 College Rd N, Columbus, OH 43210)

As a public good, the nonprofit sector is often thought of as a race-neutral space where success or failure is the result of individual decision-making, capacity issues, or inability to behave like successful organizations. This study challenges a belief of the sector as race-neutral by presenting findings that illustrate how Black-led organizations (BLOs) perceive racialization across key areas of organizations.

This program features research and lecture by Dr. Greg Wilson, Assistant Professor and Provost's fellow at the John Glenn College of Public Affairs. Pizza and refreshments will be provided during the program.