April 28, 2015



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  • The Challenges of New Nonprofits

    Non profitAs organizational theorists have described it, an organization’s risk of dying is highest at the point of its founding and decreases with age. So it is essential for new ...

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Freddie Gray’s Neighborhood by the Stats

NewsAs in Ferguson, the reaction in Baltimore to the death in custody of Freddie Gray reveals a much broader set of issues.

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Sweet Deals for Corporations Result in Deep Losses to Residents



Comcast is getting $40 million from local municipalities to help build its new skyscraper headquarters expansion. But is the cable behemoth being a good neighbor to the City of Brotherly Love?

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In the Internet Era, Anyone Can Be behind the Code

CodingGirls Who Code was established in 2012 with the goal of closing the gender gap in the fields of technology and engineering.

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Amid Nepal Disaster, Tech Companies Offer to Digitally Reunite Families

NepalAs communications sputter, tech juggernauts help connect family and friends of those affected by the Nepal earthquake.

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SF Making Progress on Vow to Eliminate Veteran Homelessness by 2016


HomelessThe effort by San Francisco with the support of a grant from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs mirrors that of Los Angeles and a dozen-plus other cities.

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From the Council on Foundations: Philanthropy and Freedom of Speech


The challenge for foundations promoting or protecting free speech is in balancing freedom of expression on issues that some hold as mere (if profound) disagreement but others see as existentially fundamental.

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