Equitable Giving Circle Raises Funds For BIPOC Community


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Earlier this year, a group of Black women in Portland founded the Equitable Giving Circle to provide resources to Black, Indigenous and other people of color in Oregon. The group works with Black and Indigenous farmers to provide food to families in need, and has also raised about half a million dollars in funds to help people with other immediate needs. We talk with Equitable Giving Circle co-founder and director AJ McCreary and co-founder Dyvisha Gordon.

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