It’s troubling to find a group of African-American pastors giving Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore an award for his strident opposition to the U.S. Supreme Court’s approval of same-sex marriage.
Direct action this week at the White House has made a point with the executive branch and the public that persons with disabilities have civil rights to be protected and advanced—particularly in light of the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Bob Greenstein from the Center for Budget and Policy Priorities has produced a brief but pointed review of what’s wrong with the House and Senate budgets that conferees are now discussing on Capitol Hill.
The unusual situation of the Crimson Tide Foundation isn’t just that it purchased the home of University of Alabama football coach Nick Saban and ferries him and potential ’Bama players around during recruiting trips in a foundation-owned airplane, but that the 501(c)(3) foundation doesn’t feel the need, legally or otherwise, to file a Form 990 with the IRS.
Ellen Pao lost her gender discrimination case against VC firm Kleiner Perkins, but she brought the question of gender discrimination in the Silicon Valley high-tech sector to the public’s attention—and it’s not going to go away.
This year at NTEN’s Nonprofit Technology Conference, M+R shared some interesting trends in metrics from their upcoming Benchmark Study. Although email list growth is still increasing, growth is much slower than in previous years.