When any movement is based on one iconic figure, it runs the risk of big, public failure, as the Somaly Mam Foundation illustrates.
I approve of shooting one’s mouth off and would like to see more of it in this sometimes excruciatingly self-censoring sector. But, when it can affect the image of the organization and its relationships and possibilities, it is always VERY wise to check in with the board first.
As in Ferguson, the reaction in Baltimore to the death in custody of Freddie Gray reveals a much broader set of issues.
The Field Museum of Natural History is going through financial difficulties that some say were presaged in a memorandum sent to the board in 2006 that ended up ignored due to interpersonal politics.
Boycotts, protests, and low sales marred Black Friday. What will that mean for Giving Tuesday—and for social justice?
In Oregon, a ten-year-old nonprofit dealing with issues of incarcerated people and their families has closed its office.