The framework was born out of a dire need to do better. Many laudable workforce programs and practitioners are making strides in their communities to improve job opportunities for People of Color. Yet it is not enough.
The framework outlined in this report identifies concrete ways to interrupt the systemic racism embedded within the field's practices, policies, and programs; the institution of philanthropy; our own organizations; and the labor market in communities we serve. It asks funders in the workforce development ecosystem to consider how we are using our power, influence, grantmaking, and roles within our institutions to contribute to, or dismantle, this racism.
- Published by
- Workforce Matters
- Issue areas
- Employment and Labor
- Race and Ethnicity
- Document type
- North America / United States
- Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License