Feedback Labs believes that nonprofits, foundations and governments should listen to the communities they serve and act on feedback. We are highlighting the amazing ways that BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) activists and leaders are listening to communities in a blog series called "Listening for Justice." These funds will allow us to compensate these activists for their time and thoughts as they contribute to this conversation.
Feedback Labs believes that governments, nonprofits and philanthropy need to do a better job of listening to the people they aim to serve. Many leaders in the fight for racial justice are on the frontlines listening and acting on feedback from communities, and others can learn a lot from the work they're doing. We aim to highlight those efforts in a "Listening for Social Justice" series on our website, and believe that the activists who contribute to this work should be compensated.
Through our "Listening for Justice" blog series we aim to highlight the work that BIPOC activists are doing to listen and act on feedback from communities in the fight for racial justice. We believe these activists should be compensated for their time to share their thoughts to create these blog posts.
We hope that those working in philanthropy, nonprofits, and government will learn from (and emulate) the work these BIPOC activists are doing to represent and be responsive to the desires of communities fighting for racial justice.
'Listening for Justice' series
Feedback and Equity posts
The link between feedback and equity