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Philanthropy Must Shift Power to Others
Friday, May 6, 2016

A philanthropist from on high will never reach down and “empower” a girl in Sierra Leone. That girl is inherently full of power and potential, and we should start by asking what stands in the way of her having a strong voice.

Rethinking Scholarships As a Force for Social Justice
Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Stanford University made headlines recently when it announced a $400 million gift from Nike founder Phil Knight to support a new graduate scholarship program modeled after the elite Rhodes scholarships.

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