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Don’t mistake video as an opportunity to recap your latest marketing brochure. It’s a completely different medium.
When a nonprofit is criticized by House Republicans as “left-wing community organizers,” our antenna goes up to sense an over-the-top attack. NeighborWorks America, the most unlikely “left-wing” group you’ll ever meet, got slapped with that epithet as part of an agenda to defund community-based housing counseling nonprofits.
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Seventy-nine letters from powerful New York and national Jewish nonprofit and political leaders on behalf of the Met Council’s William Rapfogel, leader of a $9 million theft from the venerable anti-poverty agency, helped get the felon a soft plea-bargained deal.
Texas lawmakers are looking to make state funding procedures more accountable. A new bill would reverse a 2013 bill that slows the flow of money to around 100 programs across the state.
Remember how much of what nonprofits do depends on the protection of the rights of freedom of thought and freedom of speech. PEN’s awards to Charlie Hebdo and to Tom Stoppard should be reminders.
The Washington Post’s Paul Farhi has a new and devastating piece about the Obama administration’s poor grades on the issue of federal government transparency and disclosure.
The American Pharmacists Association has voted to oppose any participation in the death penalty. In doing so, they joined the International Academy of Compounding Pharmacists.
The Amherst County attorney acting for the Commonwealth of Virginia moves to block the closing of Sweet Briar College and force the removal of the president and board of directors.
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