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Overcoming Unconscious Bias In Philanthropy

How blind spots may result in unintended consequences.

What’s a “blind spot” in the context of philanthropy? It typically refers to a behavior, observation or perception that, while well intended and fully benign, has an unintended consequence. That consequence may impact others in a family or grantees or the philanthropy sector as a whole. 


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