Black Philanthropy


Podcast "Philanthropy in question(s)" - Episode 22

Black Philanthropy - Jeremy Martin

For this 22nd episode, we offer a slightly different format and invite you to listen to Jeremy Martin, a PhD student at the University of California Berkeley and a Junior Visiting Fellow at the ESSEC Philanthropy Chair this year. He presents his research on Black Philanthropy in education in the United States, which is still little studied. An episode entirely recorded in English.

"Black philanthropists, their foundations and the work they have been involved with in education are not covered in the politics of education literatures. But I know that there are Black philanthropists who have created foundations and who are engaged in education. We should be writing about them and thinking about them and their grantmaking as well! That is why I have set out to explore black philanthropists, their foundations and their grantmaking in education in the United States to better understand how a broader, more diverse capturing of philanthropy enhances our understanding of what counts as philanthropy in America." - Jeremy Martin

The three main results of the study:

In this episode, Jeremy Martin presents three main thrusts of his research to date:

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