Skoll Foundation   |  April 22, 2021

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In February, the New York Times Editorial Board announced: “Foreign Aid is Having a Reckoning.” This reckoning based on the Black Lives Matter movement is not just isolated to foreign aid. It extends to the entire global health field which has been in a self-reflection mode since this summer. And yet, not even a year after organizations put out statements that committed to better achieve racial health equity by consulting with and deferring to communities most impacted, new funding for global public health programs are following old patterns.

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