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A fast look at just four critical areas facing American society today: Poverty, race, environment, and democracy.
Rick Cohen updates on recent controversial articles on Teach for America, L3C corporations, and attacks on the nonprofit tax exemption.
Pablo Eisenberg shares some reforms that speak to democracy in the United States, and that would be pretty easy for foundations to do.
Blue Avocado shares five “must-have” emergency supplies for nonprofit workers to keep at their desks in case of disaster.
This sidebar article accompaniesÂ Telecommuting and Flexible Work Arrangements: Do Them Right. While Rita [the pseudonym for attorneys Ellen Aldridge and Pamela Fyfe of theÂ Nonprofits Insurance Alliance Group] wholly agrees that alternative work arran …
Other industries have their “Worst Dressed” awards, the “Golden Fleece” awards for public waste, and the Ig Nobel Prizes for dubious science-related achievements that “first make people laugh, then make them think.” Until now, the nonprofit sector has …
Rick Cohen spotlights attacks by financially starved local and state governments to squeeze extra nickels and dimes from nonprofits.
Rick Cohen’s timely analysis shows us why the 2010 Census is so important and what nonprofits can do now to make sure everyone is counted.
Robert Egger discusses how Citizens United v. FEC grants political free-speech rights to corporations and unions, but excludes nonprofits.
The research librarians at IssueLab compare love and nonprofit research, finding and highlighting unusual research reports.