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Kate Hitchcock

Opinion Jane Tanner, Kamna Muralidharan and Kate Hitchcock 18 May 2021

Capacity, courage, and resolve

It is possible and necessary for people to engage effectively in difficult conversations about racism, sexism, classism, and other inequities in the philanthropic sector. Each time you do so is an opportunity to explore your …

Opinion 2 Kate Hitchcock 18 May 2021

Why guilt and shame are all too common

How can I as an individual, albeit one with good intentions, make a difference in the wider philanthropic sector when it comes to racism? It was in a group facilitated for people raced as white …

Analysis 1 Jane Tanner, Kamna Muralidharan and Kate Hitchcock 17 May 2021

Uprooting racism in grantmaking

The Paul Hamlyn Foundation’s Jane Tanner, Kamna Muralidharan, and Kate Hitchcock reflect on key learnings from some uncomfortable conversations about racism among European foundations, led by Healing Solidarity. We had the opportunity to participate in …