Monthly Archives: March 2015

Accountability in the Nonprofit Sector: The Donor’s Role in Financing and Monitoring Social Change

The popular press and other mass communications outlets are replete today with expressions of concern about accountability in the nonprofit sector. The topic is also the focus of scholarly research that typically highlights the multifaceted responsibilities of nonprofit organization managers … Continue reading

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Public Policy, Racial Justice, and Liberatory Thought: By what criteria can we call public policy properly ‘anti-racist’?

  Since 1950, when the current Nationalist administration began implementing the law, some one hundred and forty African men and women have been banished. Most of them once were tribal chiefs, village headmen, or simply men with leadership qualities—in short, … Continue reading

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