index
accent discrimination, 260 n.7
accumulation of policy targets, 31–33, 39
Achtenberg, Roberta, 144
adoption issues, 235, 242
a≈rmative action, 6–8, 16, 242; Califor-
nia’s Proposition 209: 14, 15, 235; in
foundation literature, 40; San Francisco
Foundation, 141; University of Michigan
admissions, 236
African American issues: Black culture,
250–51, 254, 266 n.10; Black exceptional-
ism, 247–54; Black hegemony, 251–52;
Black Power movement, 12, 13, 60; Blacks
as model for all minorities, 30, 38, 39–
40, 49–54, 57, 226; charitable traditions,
28–29; churches, 93–94; Cleveland Area,
70–73, 88, 93–94, 109, 158; community
action programs, 191; community-
controlled schools, 180–81; emergence
in national philanthropic discourse, 29–
30, 41–43; Ford Foundation funding,
196; higher education, 26, 29, 46–47, 55–
57, 176, 193; leadership development, 191;
middle-class Blacks, 73, 88, 93–94, 109,
158, 245; outsider-insider standpoints,
203, 207–8, 264 n.2; political origins of
diversity policies, 55–63; reviews of
foundation literature, 34–38; San Fran-
cisco Bay Area, 114–15, 116–17, 129–31,
138, 143–44; segregation, 2–3, 68, 96, 98,
116–17, 129, 137; shift away from Black-
White perspective, 31–34, 38–43, 234–35,
256; uplift programs, 55–57, 61; visibility
in foundation discourse, 160–61, 165. See
also civil rights movement; race policies
Agnos, Art, 138, 143–44
aids Coalition To Unleash Power (act-
up), 138
Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, 160, 162
Allen, Robert L., 196
Almaguer, Tomas, 249
American Indian issues. See Native Ameri-
can issues
annual reports, 5
Appiah, K. Anthony, 246
Asian American issues, 248, 266 nn.6–7;
appearance in national philanthropic
discourse, 29–30, 32, 38, 41–43, 57, 58–
59; characterizations of, 30, 49–54;
charitable traditions, 28–29; Cleveland
Area, 71, 72; higher education access, 11;
as model minority, 249, 265 n.4; non-
profit organization development, 136–
37; regional contexts, 251; relationship
between race and ethnicity, 253; reviews
of foundation literature, 34–38; San
Francisco Bay Area, 114–15, 116–17, 143;
San Francisco Foundation activities,
136–37; visibility in foundation dis-
course, 161, 165
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