According to an article, Who Has a Seat at the Table?, that was published on October 15, 2020 by Network for Good, “. . . organizations led by People of Color rely more heavily on grant funding while those with White leadership have larger budgets and receive a much greater portion of the total grants and grant dollars awarded.
Even, for example, within organizations whose mission is to improve the lives of Black men, those led by White individuals receive more funding than organizations with Black leadership.
Even when more Black leaders apply for and receive funding, the total funding dollars are considerably less than those received by White leaders. And organizations led by Black women receive the least.”