Topic: Diversity & Representation
Although known for its work in science, medicine, and health, the Rockefeller Foundation supported a surprising number of performing arts activities.
Preserving Scholarship During World War II: the Rockefeller Foundation, Libraries, and Microphotography
Using new technology to save threatened world resources and keep free inquiry alive under threat of fascist destruction.
Against a backdrop of white, establishment concepts of literary excellence, one foundation struggled to appreciate Black voices.
The American public broadcast system as it exists today came out of years of work by organized philanthropy.
Moving scholarship by and about women from margin to center.
How philanthropy helped carve out a public space for the expression of race, culture, and critical perspectives.
How a foundation provided the final ingredient to an era-defining novel.