Where to Buy Giving Back

 

Valaida Fullwood (author), Charles W. Thomas Jr. (photographer) and Casajulie (cover and book designer

GIVING BACK: A Tribute to Generations of African American Philanthropists reframes portraits of philanthropy with inspiring photography and stories of generosity.Read an Excerpt 

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WHERE TO BUY THE BOOK

GIVING BACK is available from these online retailers:

The book also is available in your town through your favorite bookseller.

In Charlotte, North Carolina, you can find it at these locations:

  • Gantt Center Museum Shop
  • Barnes and Noble
  • Friendship Missionary Baptist Church
  • Levine Museum of the New South Shop
  • Park Road Books

You also can purchase copies directly from members of the collective giving circle New Generation of African American Philanthropists. All books purchased support the circle’s ongoing grantmaking and mission, which are summarized at: New-Philanthropists.org.

MORE ABOUT GIVING BACK

“A story that has not been told!” asserts noted scholar on philanthropy Claire Gaudiani about Giving Back: A Tribute to Generations of African American Philanthropists. Giving Back reframes philanthropy with a vast collection of photography and stories, revealing centuries-old customs that endure throughout the African Diaspora. During slavery and its aftermath in America, communities would have perished without the generosity, innovation and sacrifices of its members—who rarely are heralded as philanthropists.

Through inquiry, interviews and images, writer Valaida Fullwood and photographer Charles Thomas engage over 200 black donors and explore such questions as: How do you define philanthropy? Juxtaposing photographs and narratives, Giving Back illuminates transcendent truths and elicits new thinking about philanthropy.

A perfect gift, Giving Back is a well of inspiration for lovers of photography, culture and humanity. Every book purchased keeps giving, since proceeds are invested in philanthropic causes—and since the stories inspire readers to give.

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From City to City

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And From One Generation to The Next 

Passing the torch of The Soul of Philanthropy with another exhibition opening! A comprehensive, multimedia exhibition debuted in Columbia, South Carolina on February 10 at the newly renovated Richland Library. We passed the “torch” — an old-style farmer’s lantern, reminiscent of a light perhaps carried by liberating force Harriet Tubman — from Atlanta’s philanthropic leadership to that of Columbia. After a ribbon-cutting with the city’s mayor, a public program paid tribute to our ancestors and to Columbia’s present-day changemakers.

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