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The full list. Although only two are listed under the heading "Diversity and Inclusiveness," four of the others arguably are in that category as well. In dollar terms, $26,500 has gone to programs related to the racial and gender diversity of philosophy, while $18,187 has gone to other programs. Apart from the grant to the very talented John Corvino to increase philosophy's YouTube presence, I see very little here that would address such issues as philosophy's presence in the broader culture, the dismal job market, and so on. I wonder if anyone can clarify how these priorities were arrived at and what readers think about how the APA is spending the money collected in dues and from conference registrations? I am not an APA member, so perhaps missed a vote by the APA membership on these issues.
(Thanks to Mike Morris at the APA for forwarding this information.)