January News

Complicating “White Privilege” – Counterpunch

“I Have Seen the Mountaintop”: A Vision of the Possible – Integral Life

Beyond the Big Society: Psychological Foundations of Active Citizenship – The RSA

The Dream that Came True – truthout

This Week in Poverty – The Nation

Rising Share of Americans See Conflict Between Rich and Poor – Pew Research Center

Channeling Change: Making Collective Impact Work – Stanford Social Innovation Review

Widespread Empathy: 5 Steps to Achieving Greater Impact in Philanthropy – Grantmakers for Effective Organizations

Happy Futurism: A Lifeline for Optimists – The Huffington Post

Telling the Whole Story: Voices of Ethnic Volunteers in America – Community Initiatives

Quality Counts 2012 – Education Week

Dispatch from Detention: A Rare Look Inside our ‘Humane” Immigration Jails – ColorLines

True Leadership Means Wrestling Away the Steering Wheel – Stanford Social Innovation Review

Embracing the Tree Huggers: The Powerful Roots of (un)Armed Environmental Protection – Waging Nonviolence

How Nonprofits Make Data Fun and Informative – The Chronicle of Philanthropy

When Aims and Objectives Rhyme – The Atlantic Philanthropies

Blackout to Protest SOPA and PIPA Begins – Waging Nonviolence

Little Change in Public’s Response to ‘Capitalism,’ ‘Socialism’ – Pew Research Center

B Corporations: Driving a New Ecology of Commerce – The New American Dream Blog

A Political Obituary of Etta James – ColorLines

How to Learn Nonviolent Resistance as King Did – Waging Nonviolence

HBR’s List of Audacious Ideas to Solve the World’s Problems – Harvard Business Review

How Influential, the Voice of Another – Rooflines

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