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Tag: Diversity



Civil Society

Diversity and the Komen-Planned Parenthood Debacle

An important lesson that no one is talking about but that we all need to learn.

By Rich Tafel | 8 | Feb. 14, 2012

Human Rights

Diversity Opportunities

By Jessica Ruvinsky | Nov. 16, 2011

Human Rights

Nonprofits Don’t Really Care About Diversity

Nonprofit staff isn’t very diverse. Nonprofit boards aren’t very diverse. Nonprofits need more diversity.

By Rosetta Thurman | 2 | May. 18, 2011

Civil Society

One Nation Under Gods

Reviewed By Rhys H. Williams | Feb. 16, 2011


Back to the Future: Will We See a New Generation of Nonprofit Organizations in 2011?

There are new leaders coming into the nonprofit sector with ideas that have the potential to change the way social change happens. It’s time to ask some new questions.

By Rosetta Thurman | 1 | Jan. 19, 2011

Social Entrepreneurship

Forums for Intellectual Nutrition

Self-awareness and recognition of bias may be the first steps to broadening horizons, but few organizations are truly cross-functional, socially, as well as economically diverse.

By Scott E. Hartley | 2 | Sep. 13, 2010

Human Rights

Diversity Brings the Dollars

By Alana Conner | Aug. 24, 2010


New Florida Legislation: A Slap in the Face to Nonprofit Diversity Advocates

The philanthropic community has no public opposition to a new, ill-advised piece of legislation.

By Rosetta Thurman | 2 | Jul. 1, 2010

Technology & Design

The New Digital Divide

New levels of data-filtering, along with the growth of social networks that aggregate like-minded souls, are threatening civic engagement—and other assertions made at the Personal Democracy Forum.

By Marcia Stepanek | 5 | Jun. 4, 2010

Human Rights

Lessons from an Organizer

Reviewed By Hahrie Han | May. 26, 2010