Do you want to overturn harmful social norms and structural injustice? This crowdsourced reading list, recommended by GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners, will give you perspectives on inequality and philanthropy that can inform your work.
Here are 9 recommended books about structural injustice for nonprofits:
1. “Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents” by Isabel Wilkerson
Isabel Wilkerson paints a vivid portrait of an unseen phenomenon: how modern America has been shaped by a hidden caste system. Learn more.
“I was a bit skeptical when I started it…was it another wealthy woman writing about ‘doing good’ in the world? What I found was a book that gave me insight into the complexities of the work of the nonprofit world and how so many of the issues that we work on are intertwined with other issues.” —Sharon
6. “People First” by Stan Burkey
A guide to participatory development. Stan Burkey provides essential knowledge to successful recruitment, training, support, and cross-sector relations. Learn more.
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