Last week, Open Society Institute-Baltimore released a new report, “Young, Gifted, and Underfunded: Strengthening the Relationship Between Philanthropy and Youth-Led Movements,” as part of a multi-step effort to build and strengthen connections between local funders and youth-led organizations that drive essential change in our region. The report, which was overseen by Glenn R. Love of Equilove Consulting, is getting attention.

Last week, both the Baltimore Sun and Baltimore Fishbowl ran profiles of the report. Just recently, Love was joined by Adam Jackson and Dayvon Love, CEO and director of public policy, respectively, for Leaders of a Beautiful Struggle on Farajii Muhammad’s show For the Culture on WEAA to talk about the impact of the report. Listen here.

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