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Bloomberg’s Billions: Philanthropy, Power and Politics

WASHINGTON, D.C. / AGILITYPR.NEWS / February 27, 2020 / NCRP Hosts Virtual panel Feb. 28 at 3 p.m. to discuss how Bloomberg philanthropy impacts the current democratic process.

Click here to view the discussion on your favorite social media platform, including Facebook.

Michael Bloomberg’s surge in the Democratic primary process is sparking a conversation about politics, power and the role of billionaire candidates. But heading into Super Tuesday’s important primary elections, do voters even know what kind of philanthropist he is?

Join NCRP President & CEO Aaron Dorfman live on Friday, February 28, at 3 p.m. ET, as he moderates an online panel of experts to discuss Bloomberg’s charitable record and what his philanthropy means for politics, power and democracy. Panelists will include Inside Philanthropy‘s David Callahan, Black Voters Matter Executive Director LaTosha Brown and Farhad Ebrahimi of the Chorus Foundation.

Dorfman will also share NCRP analysis from publicly available data that details how Bloomberg’s philanthropy stacks up against the giving of other living billionaires.

Learn more about the panelists here.

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