Exploring how nonprofits can remain committed to supporting the health, economic security, and well-being of historically marginalized communities — even after the end of affirmative action.
How nonprofits can overcome the complex legislative landscape to effectively lobby and pass laws that serve their communities.
Why nonprofits, particularly those supporting marginalized communities, must become active players in the landscape of advocacy.
To counteract NIMBY attitudes, a two-step framework is presented for proactive community engagement that will build local support.
Many nonprofit leaders don’t know that lobbying is 100% legal for nonprofits. Here are four steps nonprofits can take now to get smarter about lobbying: accept the importance of lobbying, get the facts, meet with officials, and join a trade association.
Activist Jose “Che” Ramirez shares some of his ideas about ending homelessness in America and taking on a system bent on holding folks down.
How can your nonprofit encourage Gen Z to get out and vote for the issues important to you in 2020? Messaging this group responds to.
How does political polarization impact your nonprofit? This desire to do what is right is what binds us to each other.
The nonprofit community is asking important questions: What is our responsibility to speak out on behalf of our staff, clients, and community?
Nonprofits must follow low-income children and families if they are displaced by a new population that does not align with the mission.