Many of the stories about the Clinton Foundation that have entranced critics of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign could have been nipped in the bud had the foundation anticipated the questions it probably should have.
The tragic death of Freddie Gray had roots in Baltimore’s history of racial inequities and problems of police-community relations, but to conclude that an increase in the city’s acceptance of charter schools might be a prominent solution seems like a big, non-racial non sequitur.
The news last year that Somaly Mam was starting a new charity dedicated to fighting human trafficking and sex slavery raises the question of how a damaged icon like Mam can rebuild her charitable brand.
Isolation, distance, access, and inadequate resources are just some of the challenges facing military veterans in rural areas.
Foundations, corporations, and government agencies are joining together to support “Grand Challenges” with grant support, but questions persist as to whether this open source platform for finding and picking innovations is all it is cracked up to be.
The Housing Assistance Council, a top rural advocacy organization, is bringing attention to the problems faced by military veterans in rural America.