What is your theory of social change? And how do you apply that at the Ford Foundation?
As a practical rather than theoretical matter, I believe that most societal change begins when someone wakes up in the morning and is inspired or angry or otherwise determined to alter something in their world. Such people have an idea and decide to pursue it actively – they perceive something as unfair, needless, or simply out of date; they identify arrangements that they believe impede progress toward...
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