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  1. 1. Building Bridges, BuildingPower:Race, Immigration, and Faith-BasedCommunity Organizingin Post-Prop 30 CaliforniaInterfaith FundersMembers and Colleagues RetreatFeb. 26-27, 2013
  2. 2. Racial Justice and Organizingin Post-Prop 30 CaliforniaInterfaith Funders Winter RetreatFebruary 27th, 2013Brad Fulton (Duke University)Richard L. Wood (University of New Mexico)in collaboration with Interfaith Funders
  3. 3. Overview of Presentation• National Study of IBCOs• Religious and Racial Compositionof IBCOs• Organizing People of Color• Addressing Racial Justice Issues
  4. 4. (N = 189)Institution-Based CommunityOrganizing in the U.S.
  5. 5. (N = 42)California IBCOs
  6. 6. By NetworkCalifornia IBCOsPICO 19CLUE 7RCNO 5IAF 5GAM 3Indpt 2NPA 1
  7. 7. Data Collected94% Response RateObservation Levels Total Medianper IBCOIBCOs 178Member Institutions 4,145 22Board Members 2,939 15Paid Staff 628 2
  8. 8. Religious Affiliations
  9. 9. 0.8%1.2%1.7%3.1%3.6%4.0%16%19%24%26%0% 10% 20% 30%Other Non-ChristianMuslimPentecostal / CharismaticUnitarian UniversalistEvangelical ProtestantJewishNot Religiously AffiliatedBlack ProtestantCatholicMainline ProtestantReligious AffiliationsPercentage of Member Institutions that are…
  10. 10. Racial/Ethnic Composition
  11. 11. Racial/Ethnic CompositionMemberInstitutions*Black OtherLatinoWhite81%48%46%8%32%30%14%13%6%11%0% 25% 50% 75% 100%BoardMembersAllNonprofits 5%6%Source: The Urban Institute 2007*Majority Race of Member Institution
  12. 12. Racial/Ethnic CompositionMemberInstitutions*Black OtherLatinoWhite63%48%48%46%17%21%32%30%17%24%14%13%3%7%6%11%0% 25% 50% 75% 100%IBCODirectorsBoardMembersPaidOrganizers*Majority Race of Member Institution
  13. 13. Race/Ethnicity of IBCO DirectorsWhite 63%Black 17%Latino 17%Other 3%
  14. 14. White 59%Black 17%Latino 12%Other 12%Race/Ethnicityof IBCO Directors
  15. 15. Nonwhite PresencePercentage of IBCOs that have at least one nonwhite…MemberInstitution91%97%70%96%95%0% 25% 50% 75% 100%BoardMemberPaidOrganizerU.S. IBCOsCA IBCOs100%
  16. 16. Organizing People of Color
  17. 17. Organizing People of Color3%20%76%0%7%93%0%20%40%60%80%100%NotInvolvedModeratelyInvolvedVeryInvolvedIBCO’s Level of Involvement Organizing People of ColorAll IBCOsCA IBCOs
  18. 18. .58.81.93.97 1.00.50.60.70.80.901.000% 25% 50% 75% 100%.50.60.70.80.901.000% 25% 50% 75% 100%Board Composition  Organizing People of ColorPercentage of Board Members that are NonwhiteLikelihoodofOrganizingPeopleofColor
  19. 19. Primary IssuesPercentage of IBCOs actively addressing the following issues:29%42%49%53%53%54%57%66%70%0% 20% 40% 60% 80%Racial JusticeBanking / ForeclosuresEmployment / WagesCriminal JusticeHousingImmigrationHealthcareEducationPoverty
  20. 20. 73%61%52%47%46%42%20%19%16%18%22%37%22%25%38%27%25%19%9%17%11%30%29%20%53%56%65%0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%Criminal JusticeHousingEducationRacial JusticePovertyEmployment / WagesBanking / ForeclosuresHealthcareImmigrationPrimary IssuesHighest level at which IBCOs are addressing these issues:City State National
  21. 21. IBCOs AddressingRacial Justice Issues
  22. 22. IBCOs AddressingRacial Justice IssuesYes 29%No 71%
  23. 23. IBCOs AddressingRacial Justice IssuesYes 26%No 73%
  24. 24. Race of Director  Addressing Racial Justice32%24%0% 10% 20% 30% 40%NonwhiteDirectorsWhiteDirectorsPercentage of IBCOs Addressing Racial Justice
  25. 25. .00.10.20.30.40.500% 25% 50% 75% 100%.25 .27.29.31.33.00.10.20.30.40.500% 25% 50% 75% 100%Board Composition  Addressing Racial JusticePercentage of Board Members that are NonwhiteLikelihoodofAddressingRacialJustice
  26. 26. .00.10.20.30.40.50.00 .25 .50 .75 1.00.17.22.27.33.39.00.10.20.30.40.50.00 .25 .50 .75 1.00Board Composition  Addressing Racial JusticeThe Degree to which Boards are Racially BalancedLikelihoodofAddressingRacialJustice
  27. 27. .00.20.40.60.80Never Rarely Sometimes Often Always.04.10.23.44.68.00.20.40.60.80Never Rarely Sometimes Often AlwaysDiscussing Differences  Addressing Racial JusticeHow Often Members Explicitly Discuss Racial/Ethnic DifferencesLikelihoodofAddressingRacialJustice
  28. 28. Summary of Key Findings• IBCO boards are substantially more diversethan the boards of all other nonprofitorganizations• The vast majority of CA IBCOs organizepeople of color• Only 26% of CA IBCOs are activelyaddressing racial justice issues• Addressing racial justice issues is moreassociated with racial balance than withnonwhite majorities
  29. 29. Racial Justice and Organizingin Post-Prop 30 California
  30. 30. Racial Justice and Organizingin Post-Prop 30 CaliforniaInterfaith Funders Winter RetreatFebruary 27th, 2013Interfaith Funders: interfaithfunders@gmail.comBrad Fulton: brad.fulton@duke.eduRichard Wood: rlwood@unm.edu

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