Social sector responses to Charlottesville
Last month, we sent an email listing several written responses to the Unite the Right rally on August 12 in Charlottesville, VA and the subsequent events. Since then we have been collecting responses from our members, peer philanthropy-supporting organizations, and national foundations. This is by no means a comprehensive list of all that has been written, and we expect it will continue to grow.
- Charlottesville On My Mind – Dr. Bob Ross, The California Endowment
- Facing Down Racial Terror: A Message from Living Cities CEO Ben Hecht
- Ending White Supremacy in Ourselves: A Time for Nonprofit Action – The Editors, Nonprofit Quarterly
- Charlottesville – Grant Oliphant, The Heinz Endowments
- Dear community leader – letter from Tom Hughes, Metro Council
- 7 Things You Can Do After Charlottesville – The Communications Network
- JPMorgan’s Dimon Joins U.S. CEOs Condemning Virginia Violence
- CCP Response to Charlottesville – Connecticut Council for Philanthropy
- Washington Regional Association of Grantmakers Statement on the Events in Charlottesville
- A Message to Our Community – Charlottesville Area Community Foundation
- APANO Condemns White Supremacist Violence in Charlottesville (statement + resources)
- A SPARCC Response to Charlottesville – the Strong, Prosperous, and Resilient Communities Challenge (SPARCC)
- ColorLines (newsletter the week of 8/17) – Race Forward
- Unity: The Strongest Weapon Against Hate – Hispanics in Philanthropy
- A message from elected leaders in the Portland metropolitan area
- Statement in Response to Charlottesville – United Way of the Columbia-Willamette
The United Philanthropy Forum is also maintaining a collection of responses to the events in Charlottesville.
If you have written or done anything in response to these events that you’d like to share with your colleagues, please email email@example.com to have it included in our September newsletter (deadline September 8) and/or added to this list.