There has been a spate of police shootings of homeless people in L.A., with the latest incident involving an unarmed young black man.
I am thrilled today to call your attention to a timely article by Vernetta Walker of BoardSource. Here, she takes up the responsibility of boards in guarding and promoting the reputations of their organizations as one of the organization’s most critical assets.
Stephen Stetson, a policy analyst for Arise Citizens’ Policy Project, ruminates on the prospects of the legislation filed by Alabama’s new Prison Reform Task Force.
The board of the Women’s Resource Center in Fort Collins, Colorado, closed the program on January 31 after 40 years, but former staff and supporters are now challenging that decision, saying that the bylaws were violated.
This story of one hospital’s debt collection practices brings to mind indentured servitude. Is this what’s expected of nonprofit hospitals, given their tax breaks?
Paul Schervish of Boston College’s Center on Wealth and Philanthropy and associate director John Havens will both retire, and the Center will retire with them.