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Amaha Sellassie. A peace builder, social healer, freedom fighter, and lover of humanity. He’s an instructor in Sociology and director of Center
The publication Indian Country Today, founded in 1981, will celebrate its 40th anniversary this year. That might be an unremarkable fact, except for
What is it about the fundraising profession that makes people with no training in fundraising or fundraising copywriting think *they* know best? I
“FISTS UP” BY MAYA THORNELL-SANDIFOR/WWW.INSTAGRAM.COM/MAYATSDRAWS Click here to download this article as it appears in the magazine, with
Would working out of the office vs. working help nonprofit organizations in the long term? The pandemic jet-fueled significant shifts in the
“Nothing about us without us is for us,” Belfastology, Allan Leonard Charity to people with disabilities goes back to Biblical times, but
“Storm King (Forrest Myers ‘Four Corners’ 1969-70),” Paul Geffen I have worked in nonprofits for my entire career. Most have been progressive
From the Black Organizing Project. We write to you today with urgency and excitement. Our urgency comes from the critical issues to be addressed in
In law school, I was trained to spot issues within fact patterns. In simplest terms, one’s grasp of the relevant law was ascertained by the degree
This season is ripe for conflict. So much is going on in the world outside of the realm of nonprofit board service. Folks are divided on issues of
With one and a half million tax exempt nonprofits in the United States alone, it’s not surprising that thousands of nonprofits fail each year.
https://nonprofitquarterly.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/valverde2.mp3 This clip is an excerpt from “Nonprofit Leadership in Action: Following
Xavier McElrath-Bey: So, I’ve been with the campaign now for seven years, and a very important part of our history as a movement occurred in 2014.
When Leah Lizarondo was a food writer in Pennsylvania around a decade ago, nose-to-tail eating was really popular. “It was all the rage to serve