How can you move research beyond the “academic bubble” and into the concrete realm of policy and practice in communities of color? Here, Nhan Truong describes how he used a critical “pracademic” approach to enhancing nonprofit work..
While some foundation leaders complain about public sector pensions like those in Detroit, they seem noticeably quieter when it comes to the salaries and pensions of their peers, like the $8.5m “additional benefit” given to Yale University’s president Richard Levin upon his retirement.
In the end, the Gingrich/Jones collaboration on reforming the criminal justice system seemed to be a model for the foundations gathered by the Council of getting different ideologies to come together in—and through—philanthropy.
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