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Creating a calculated column from two tables in Power BI

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I'm having difficulty creating a calculated column.  I've attached the table layout for the three tables in the visualization.   I tried the following calculated column statement:
ResponseRate = (GiftsPerSegment[NumberOfDonors])/RELATED(InitialMailingCounts[TotalMailingCount])
 and I get an error:
"The column 'Initial Mailing Counts[TotalMailingCount] either doesn't exist or doesn't have a relationship to any table available in the current context.  I'm not sure why since the two tables are joined.  Any help would be greatly appreciated."  
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