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Writing fellowship on work and working 

This fellowship is dedicated to recognizing and sharing the storytelling and writing talent of young Black and Indigenous writers. Through funding and support from the Workforce Funder Collaborative, we are offering four paid fellowship opportunities for Indigenous and Black writers who are between 18 and 30 years old to publish writing at The Philanthropist Journal on the future of work and working.

50 years of The Philanthropist Journal

This month our publication celebrates a milestone birthday. To kick off the new year, Leslie Wright, the executive director of the Agora Foundation, which publishes The Philanthropist Journal, looks back on five decades of (still timely) writing about the sector.

Take our 2021 reader survey

Our readers’ thoughtful ideas and feedback are an essential part of The Philanthropist Journal’s evolution. Please fill out this survey by December 3, 2021. Share your