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2009 Foundation Board Diversity Report

This report presents data on the diversity of the boards of directors of the 46 largest independent foundations in the United States. We found that a while quarter of all board directors in the sample were African American, Latino, or…
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2009 Supplier Diversity Report Card

Every year, the Greenlining Institute studies and releases a report on supplier diversity of the state’s largest utilities and telecom companies.  The report aims to highlight the successes and failures of these companies and to present recommendations on how diversity…
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2010 Annual Report

Communities of color have a huge choice to make. We can either position ourselves to be seen as a vibrant solution to the nation’s economic woes, or we can be silent and brace for the backlash. At Greenlining, we have…
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2010 Election Wrap Up: Where Do We Go From Here?

Voters of color played a critical role in deciding key races this November, both in California and across the U.S. But the influence of big money is a growing problem, and California’s initiative process looks increasingly broken. Greenlining looks at…
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2011-2012 California Ballot Reform Panel Survey

This longitudinal survey was conducted to get a better sense of how Californians view the ballot initiative process. In wave one of our survey (conducted in June 2011), respondents were asked about their attitudes towards the ballot initiative process in…
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2012 Annual Report

We are excited to share with you our 2012 Annual Report. 2012 was a remarkable year for Greenlining and our constituents. For the first time in United States history, the majority of American babies born are non-white. It is projected…
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