Leap Day Links

Leveraging Limited Dollars: How Grantmakers Achieve Tangible Results by Funding Policy and Community Engagement – National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy

Who’s Really Violent? Tips for Controlling the Narrative – Waging Nonviolence

Economic Consequences of War on the US Economy – Institute for Economics and Peace

White House Says Charitable Giving Won’t be Hurt by Tax Plan – Chronicle of Philanthropy

Energy Democracy: Supporting Community Innovation – Center for Social Inclusion

2013 Budget Policy Brief – Women of Color Policy Network

99% Policy Agenda – PolicyLink

Catalyzing Liberation Toolkit: Anti-Racist Organizing to Build the 99% Movement – Organizing Upgrade

The Role of Brand in the Nonprofit Sector – Stanford Social Innovation Review

Speaking up About the Unspeakable – Waging Nonviolence

Conservatives vs. Liberals: More than Politics – Huffington Post

Tipped over the Edge – Gender Inequity in the Restaurant Industry – ROC United

Root Cause Analysis – Mind Tools

The Prince’s Speech – On the Future of Food

The Strengths and Weaknesses of Community Organizing as an Education Reform Strategy – Nellie Mae Education Foundation

Slavery Lives on in the United States – truthout

2002 – 2012: Ten Years of Impact – The Polaris Project

Birth Control Amendment ‘Dangerous,’ Obama Spokesman Says – Huffington Post

Data for Change – Stanford Social Innovation Review

A Journey for Nonviolent Change – Waging Nonviolence

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