Sharing some of the great articles, editorials and announcements from during my annual “no social media” break.
As do-gooders develop the skills and attitudes to ensure inclusive, democratic, and thoughtful decision-making, the Daily Show offers up an example.
“If there was ever a time
to pay attention to the non-shock of
the people of color around you
this is it.”
A poem by Bianca Vazquez
5 ways you can fight racism in the social good sector
What questions are you grappling with at the moment?
A guest post by Tori Dietel Hopps of Dietel Partners and Andy Bryant of Segal Family Foundation.
…matters very much as well. A guest post from Mary Ann Clements.
Are you ready for its inevitability?
Grassroots activists and organizations led by people in the Global South are already creating the future we can’t yet see.
What does it take to lead a 30-year-old organization to change its name and brand to reflect its values? I’ll tell you in a few weeks after I’ve had some rest.
Having experience as both a grant seeker and grant maker, it’s funders who I look to for bravery first. Here’s 7 ways funders can be more courageous.
Someone has to say it. Four reasons why I am Michael Stipe-ing a Foreign Policy headline and why I don’t think aid cuts are the end of the world.
How do our roles change if our first responsibility is to do justice to the vast and vital efforts of visionary leaders in the Global South?
What is so “risky” about placing relatively small amounts of money in the hands of people addressing challenges in their own communities?