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Culpeper Arts & Culture
Grantmaking

Revisions to the Culpeper Arts & Culture program guidelines emphasize community building and social impact, prioritize artist-centered and multidisciplinary work, advance the Fund’s anti-racist and anti-sexist commitments, ensure attention to accessibility, and celebrate innovation and artistic excellence.

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Program Impact
Democratic Practice

To build a thriving democracy, we must address not only the formal institutions and processes of self-government but also the deeper sources of our discontent, writes Stephen Heintz.

Publication
Sustainable Development

Finance is uniquely positioned to save the planet, but the sector has already financed 1.5֯ C of warming, warns Michael Northrop, the RBF's Sustainable Development program director.

Ideas
In The Media
Pocantico

Enjoy dynamic performances that reflect Hispanic and Latin American artists' rich and varied contributions to our cultural fabric.

Photo & Video
Mission-Aligned Investing

Persistent action by Fossil Fuel Divest Harvard and others paid off in September 2021 with the university’s historic announcement to divest.

Publication
Sustainable Development

Brett KenCairn, founding director of the Urban Drawdown Initiative, discusses composting, scaling up cities’ tree cover, and centering regenerative, equity-based urban agriculture.

Ideas
Central America

Our new program guidelines reflect a region with both serious challenges but also powerful positive forces making brave efforts for democracy, sustainability, and human rights.

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Program Impact
Peacebuilding

We urgently need a coordinated set of actions to mitigate the likely security and political consequences of the military withdrawal from Afghanistan.

Publication
RBF

We stand in solidarity with our Asian American colleagues, partners, and neighbors in the struggle against racism and misogyny.

News & Announcements
Peacebuilding

Either as a nonproliferation tool or as a starting point for regional dialogue, there is no serious alternative other than returning to the 2015 JCPOA.

In The Media