I am text block. Click edit button to change this text. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Ut elit tellus, luctus nec ullamcorper mattis, pulvinar dapibus leo.

A description of this topic should be included here. This will also help with Search Engine Optimization.

Search and Filter

Keyword Search
Filter by Tag
Sort Options

Gun Violence In Schools: When Will We Say ‘Enough’? | Nonprofit Report

Nonprofit Report, Uncategorized

On gun violence in schools, with guests; Robyn Thomas, Executive Director of The Giffords Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence; Daud Mumin, Co-Chair of Board of March For Our Lives Action Fund; Po Murray, Co-Founder & Chairwoman of Newtown Action Alliance; & Lori Alhadeff, CEO & Vice Chair of Board of Make Our Schools Safe.

mOp-Ed: Leveraging Addiction to Attack Freedom

mOp-Ed, News, Uncategorized

Facebook and other social media platforms sell their ability to direct our eyes to content. These platforms have been accused of promulgating and profiting from various forms of racism and disinformation shaped to cause harm and division in America, and authoritarianism in the world.

INSIGHT: Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art – Julian Zugazagoitia

INSIGHT, Uncategorized

Julian Zugazagoitia, Director of the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, discusses one of the U.S.’s gem museums developed in the 20s and opened in 1933, and its role as one of the community’s most influential historical and artistic assets.

INSIGHT: Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth – Asad Dean 

INSIGHT, Uncategorized

Dr. Asad Dean, Board Member of the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, discusses the importance of supporting art as a treasure and gift to the community and the way in which art becomes healing and transformative for those who experience it.

Pinpointing the Root of a Crime to Reform the Justice System

Justice & Poverty, News, Uncategorized

Reforming the criminal justice system in America requires examination of the underlying causes of each crime, explains Marc Levin, Director of the Center for Effective Justice at the Texas Public Policy Foundation.

Indigenous Reality Remains Grim as UN Forum Ends


UNITED NATIONS (AP) — Indigenous languages are rapidly disappearing, leaders continue to be assassinated, youth suicides are on the rise and human rights are routinely disrespected, participants of a major United Nations forum said Friday.

AP Interview: Philanthropist Finds Joy in Helping Children

News, Philanthropy, Uncategorized

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Retired banking executive T. Denny Sanford has given much of his $1.4 billion in donations to the health care and research fields, but the 80-year-old philanthropist says he finds the most joy in spearheading programs that help children.

New Work Requirements Narrow Food Stamp Eligibility in Some States

Justice & Poverty, News, Uncategorized

According to the Pew Charitable Trusts, as of the first of this year, some 22 new states reinstated regulations stipulating that “able-bodied adults between the ages of 18 and 49 who have no young children living with them” can only be eligible for food stamps if they work or take part in a qualified job-training program for 80 hours a month.

Preview: Bart Mitchell – The Community Builders

Justice & Poverty, Uncategorized

President & CEO Bart Mitchell discusses planning, developing, and managing high-quality affordable housing communities where people of all incomes can achieve their full potential.