True Diversity celebrates the rich identities and characteristics that make each person unique and special. Rather than focusing on superficial box-checking, Philanthropy Roundtable encourages organizations to embrace the diverse backgrounds, talents and experiences they need to achieve their missions and help communities in need.
The Philanthropy Roundtable community is leaning into discomfort, asking the tough questions, thinking independently and engaging in respectful conversations about identity politics, the impact it is having on charitable giving and more effective ways that philanthropy can help communities in need.
Reflecting on True Diversity During AAPI Heritage Month
Patrice Onwuka in Newsmax: Parents on to ‘Woke’ Curricula in Schools
Philanthropy Roundtable CEO Elise Westhoff Featured in The Wall Street Journal’s Weekend Interview
The Critical Race Training Juggernaut: Has It Reached Your School District Yet?
New Survey Reveals that Students Increasingly Hesitant to Voice Views on Campus
Gender Mandates on the Docket in ‘Meland v. Padilla’
Save America’s Workers from the Church of Wokeness
Does Philanthropy Need to be More Woke?
The Identity Politics Policy Portfolio
Diversity Mandates From Foundations Make It Harder for Nonprofits to Do Their Jobs Well
Some Genuine Questions for the Ford Foundation’s Darren Walker
1619 v. 1776: The First Direct Debate Between Scholars
Is Our Constitution Color-Blind?
Conservative Groups Face Safety Threats. It’s Not Just Progressives.
From Academia to Wall Street: Discussing DEI at Business Schools
Free Speech on Campus: The Role of the University and its Leadership
Perspectives on Philanthropy Speaker Series with Elise Westhoff
The Time to Stand and Speak
Interview with Benson Center for the Study of Western Civilization Director and Professor Daniel Jacobson
Elise Westhoff at Heritage’s Resource Bank Meeting: This is How You Fight
How to Engage Other Viewpoints and Opinions in Today’s Environment
Leading with Courage featuring Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Ian Rowe, and Vivek Ramaswamy
American Philanthropic Diversity: What It Means, Why It Matters
Can We Talk About It? tackles the issues that many shy away from out of fear of offending, being shouted down or getting “canceled.” This podcast embraces honest conversation and diverse perspectives as guests discuss difficult and sometimes controversial topics affecting the charitable sector.
Interview with Julie Killian, Co-Founder of Rye Action for Children and Teens
Interview with Curtis Valentine, Julius Rosenwald National Parks Campaign Board Member
Interview with Chloé Valdary and founder of the Theory of Enchantment
Interview with Philanthropy Roundtable President and CEO Elise Westhoff
Is it Possible to Seek Diversity Without Labeling Others?
Is it Possible to Undo Past Discrimination Through New Discrimination?
Interview with John Wood, Jr., National Ambassador for Braver Angels
Political Causes, Sign Statements or Even Change its Dance Repertoire
Historical Development of Critical Race Theory
Can Privilege Expand Beyond Race, Gender and Sexual Orientation to Include Worldviews?
The Importance of Educating Against Prejudices to Produce Proactive, Rather Than Reactive Justice
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Mandates
Understanding What Equality Means for a Diverse Student Body
Will you add your voice to ours?