Nonprofit Newswire | April 28, 2010

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The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireLiberal Advocacy Groups Fear Being Left Out In the Cold

April 27, 2010; Wall Street Journal | Groups on the left and right are finding common cause in their opposition to legislation that would require disclosures of organizations that donate money to underwrite political ads on television.—Bruce Trachtenberg

The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireMinn. CDC Fights for Neighborhoods

April 21, 2010; Twin Cities Daily Planet | The Frogtown neighborhood in St. Paul, Minnesota, is one of those neighborhoods whose decades of neighborhood development progress has been slammed by the subprime crisis.—Rick Cohen

The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswirePresident Accused of Theft at Nonprofit Library

April 27, 2010; Lowering The Bar | The New York Society Library is embroiled in a presidential scandal that leaves them out $100,000.—James David Morgan

The Nonprofit Quarterly Nonprofit NewswireFour Reasons Your Nonprofit Should Reconsider Facebook

April 27, 2010; Nonprofit Tech 2.0 | The Nonprofit Quarterly came to the social media game after much careful consideration, and so it’s heartening to see other trusted advisors offering critical advice about the subject.—James David Morgan

The Nonprofit Quarterly  Nonprofit NewswireNow They See It, But Maybe They Won’t

April 27, 2010; Washington Post | New disclosures about strings attached to a plan by a group of private foundations to pay for raises and bonuses to teachers in Washington, D.C. public schools have added one more layer of complexity to a recently negotiated contract with the teachers’ union.—Bruce Trachtenberg

The Nonprofit Quarterly  Nonprofit NewswirePlayboy, Terminator, Nonprofits Save Hollywood Sign

April 27, 2010; Los Angeles Times | A $900,000 gift from the founder of Playboy helped the Trust for Public Land (TPL) reach its $12.5 million goal to buy 138 acres of land, where the famous HOLLYWOOD sign has stood for decades.—Bruce Trachtenberg







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