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That was quite the Super Bowl and we saw something we've never seen before. We also saw more of something we will continue to see more of in the form of business branding themselves more on beliefs than benefits. But this is your space.
What is seen in this report is that the story of Chicago is one of access --or rather--a lack thereof. Chicago is one of
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Very soon forward-thinking non-profits will be extremely busy dealing with political opposition on several fronts.
If there's anything Americans take from the speech, I hope it's these four calls to action: get involved, get engaged, come together, and demand.
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Groups and individuals are beginning to organize against the most damaging aspects of Trump's politics. A resistance is forming, and it needs and deserves the support of our nation's foundations and wealthy donors.
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How do we grow a stronger political base, inspire long-term action, and hold the line for the next four years on so many fronts?
By Jane L. Wilton For many Americans, the holiday season is a good time to give to charity. After this year’s especially
At a coffee shop, I overheard two gentlemen speaking about voting for Donald Trump. One man asked his friend why he voted
To make that possible, a nonprofit in San Francisco, flexing their own innovation muscle, has harnessed a technology platform