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Resurrecting the Promise of 40 Acres: The Imperative of Reparations for Black Americans - Non Profit News | Nonprofit Quarterly
Editors' Note: This article is excerpted from Resurrecting the Promise of 40 Acres: The Imperative of Reparations for Black Americans (Roosevelt Institute, June 4, 2020), with permission.
Tackling Erasures with a "Radical Archive" - Non Profit News | Nonprofit Quarterly
Welcome to Tiny Spark, a podcast of the Nonprofit Quarterly. We focus on what is required to build a more just society-in matters of race, health, the environment, and the economy. I'm Amy Costello.
AOC's "Tax the Rich" Dress Dazzles Met Gala, while Police Arrest BLM Protesters Outside - Non Profit News | Nonprofit Quarterly
Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez turned heads on the red carpet during this year's Met Gala in a floor-length white gown with the words "Tax the Rich" emblazoned in red across the back.
The Art Worlds We Want: Solidarity Art Economies - Non Profit News | Nonprofit Quarterly
We are two mothers, listening, learning, in a pandemic, writing to you from the United States, on unceded Nipmuc, Podunk, Tunxis, Wangunk, and Sicoag land on the East Coast.
CDFIs and the COVID-19 Moment: Whither Now, Community Finance? - Non Profit News | Nonprofit Quarterly
At NPQ, we have regularly covered community development finance institutions (CDFIs).
Data Reveal Stark Divergences in COVID-19's Impact among Nonprofits - Non Profit News | Nonprofit Quarterly
In writing about COVID-19's impact on the US economy, journalists, economists, and researchers alike have sliced up the for-profit sector by location, size, industry, and myriad other dimensions when searching for and positing answers.
The "Long Awaiting"-Lifting Up Native Voices for Economic Justice - Non Profit News | Nonprofit Quarterly
This article is the first in a new series of articles that NPQ, in partnership with First Nations Development Institute (First Nations), will publish in the coming weeks.
Organizing the Solidarity Economy: A Story of Network Building amid COVID-19 - Non Profit News | Nonprofit Quarterly
This article comes from the Summer 2021 edition of the Nonprofit Quarterly, "The World We Want: In Search of New Economic Paradigms."
Report Outlines Black Feminist Vision to Improve the Lives of Black Girls - Non Profit News | Nonprofit Quarterly
A Chicago-based nonprofit, A Long Walk Home (ALWH), released a report this spring that examines the compounding effects of COVID-19 and systemic racism on Black girls and their families.
Reckoning with Slavery: Revisiting Management's Uncomfortable Past - Non Profit News | Nonprofit Quarterly
This article is, with publisher permission, adapted from a more extensive journal article, "Reckoning with Slavery: How Revisiting Management's Uncomfortable Past Can Help Us Create Better Futures," published earlier this year by the Academy of Management Learning & Education.