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With its engaging design and prose, the Social Change Manifesto, written by the Millennial Advisory Committee of the Andrew Goodman Foundation is a call to action on a tangle of interconnected social issues that must be taken up as a whole by civic leaders.
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No indictment and no civil rights prosecution of the police officer who shot and killed Michael Brown, but the Justice Dept. report on Ferguson found the city’s police department to be rampant with racial bias.
When marchers made their way across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama five decades ago, they were crossing a bridge named after a Confederate general who was reportedly later a Ku Klux Klan leader.
In many localities, public employees are compensated more generously than nonprofit workers doing the same jobs. SF could have made history here, but it did not.
A protest by Satmar Jews against the speech by Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu shows that American Jews are not a united bloc in support of current Israeli policies toward Iran or toward Palestinians.
Even as the dynamics of giving change, fundraisers still know the value of good (if fleeting) insights—like these here—about how to make their work more successful.
There is American money tied to Netanyahu’s speech to a joint session of Congress, and a slug of it comes from gambling mogul and political financier Sheldon Adelson.
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