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Funders run the risk of being reductive to addressing violence if they don’t challenge themselves to be in solidarity with the people affected by their work.
Donor Advised Funds have caught the imagination of philanthropically minded individuals and families as an efficient option to grow their philanthropic assets and support their favorite charities without developing the burdensome infrastructure of a...
Ten months ago, I stepped into an exciting new role as the executive director of the Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City—a nonprofit organization that, for 25 years and across three mayoral administrations, has brought together members of the...
Should the “rigor” yardstick, used in traditional evaluation practice, be used to assess an equity-focused mission? Does centering questions of validity, objectivity, and appropriateness advance equity? A growing group of funders and evaluators are...
The two weeks following the U.S. Supreme Court’s June 28 ruling that the controversial citizenship question cannot be added to the 2020 census questionnaire has been a wild rollercoaster ride for anyone trying to track what’s been happening.
The Supreme Court of the United States ruled that the Commerce Department cannot include a question on citizenship in the 2020 Census, for now. It is possible that the Administration will be able to offer adequate justifications for its inclusion,...
The college admissions scandal made news on the same day that this year’s high school seniors, including my son, were getting their first admissions emails (the days of skinny and fat envelopes are long gone).