Monthly Archives: December 2014

The Renegotiation of Respectability Politics Among African Americans, Women, and Cyclists

Introduction  We are a nation engaged in painful conversations about the issue of police brutality and the value of Black lives, about sexual harassment and violence – on our neighborhood sidewalks, in the halls of Congress, and on our college … Continue reading

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Examining the tensions that frame nonprofit governance: The roles and responsibilities of nonprofit chief executives and board members

The complexity of executive director-governing board relationships, coupled with the rapid rate of change confronting the nonprofit sector invite an examination of the roles and responsibilities of these major actors.  The relationship between the chief executive of a nonprofit and … Continue reading

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