Topic: Reflective Democracy

The Reflective Democracy Campaign Announces Journalism and Research Fellowships

The Reflective Democracy Campaign, a project of the Women Donors Network, analyzes and disrupts the demographics of power in the United States. We conduct groundbreaking research that shines a light on the exclusion of women and people of color from political leadership, and catalyze activism and scholarship aimed at achieving a democracy where everyone has a seat at the table.  
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Women Leaders Shine

This week we celebrate two incredible women who were honored over the past week for their fierce leadership and vision. Tiana Epps-Johnson and Cristina Jiménez have been important collaborators with WDN through the Reflective Democracy Campaign and the Emergent Fund, respectively.
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Reflective Democracy Campaign: Regional Strategy Sessions

The Reflective Democracy Campaign is hitting the road and holding strategy sessions across the country. We’ll share our groundbreaking research about who is in elected office and on our ballots, who isn’t, and why. We’ll talk about what this means in local contexts as well as nationally.
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Who Runs (in) America?

The Reflective Democracy Campaign has released a new groundbreaking study -- Who Runs (in) America? -- revealing that the demographics of candidates on the ballot are almost identical to the demographics of the people who hold office. Women are half the population and people of color are almost 40%, yet two out of every three names that appear on a ballot are white men. Read More »

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