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Nonprofit Alliances and Collaboratives – Are There Common Determinants for “Success?”

The old adage that “the whole is greater than the sum of its parts” seems particularly relevant to the nonprofit field. Social issues abound. Homelessness, high school drop-out rates and truancy, criminal recidivism, widespread hunger, mental health problems, illiteracy, proliferating challenges faced by seniors, teen pregnancy, domestic violence, unemployment, are just some of the pressing […]

MLK Day 2015

There is an article in the Sunday New York Times on the difference between protests in Martin Luther King Jr.’s time and those that are happening now (Protesters Out to Reclaim King’s Legacy, but in Era that Defies Comparison, T. Vega).  It provokes a crucial question:  why is it that we don’t seem to be […]