One of the UK’s richest charities says if the work of its trustees is to become ‘truly anti-racist’ it must pause its donations
One of Britain’s largest charities will stop considering applications for grants so that its board members can learn about colonialism and become “truly anti-racist”.
The Tudor Trust, which has assets of nearly £300 million and awards about £20 million a year to good causes, announced this week that it was temporarily halting awarding grants to new applicants so its staff could better understand racism.
In a statement, first reported by The Times, the charity said: “Staff and trustees are still learning about racial justice, white supremacy culture and how racism exists within Tudor and the wider society in which we operate.”
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Tudor Trust suspends grant applications while staff learn about ‘white supremacy’