Leaders working on issues including public health, human rights, and economic development discuss how nonprofits can do better by treating the people they’re trying to help as partners, not patients.
Leaders from three San Francisco Bay Area arts organizations discuss how they are shaping both their organizations and their performances to make them more diverse and welcoming to all.
Rashad Robinson, president of Color of Change, speaks about the nature of political and cultural power and the importance of continually assessing the nonprofit sector's efforts to bring about change.
Anti-Defamation League (ADL) CEO Jonathan Greenblatt’s tenure at the organization has coincided with the 2016 US election, a rise in hate crimes and hate groups, and an increase in cyber-hate.
Dr. James Doty highlights our “compassion deficit” and the need to recognize the societal and individual benefits of altruism.
Fabien Cousteau discusses innovative solutions that address environmental problems and the realities of market economies.
Buzz Thompson identifies models of collaboration across areas of expertise that can help us solve complex societal issues.
Dr. David Shern, CEO of Mental Health America, and Father Larry Snyder, President of Catholic Charities USA, discuss the potential of nonprofits as catalysts for innovation in health care reform.
Stanford Professor Robert Proctor presents scholarly research and advocates for pressure against the forces of the tobacco industry.
Joe Minarik, senior vice president of the Committee for Economic Development, talks about the macroeconomic perspective on the U.S. budget deficit and its impact on the US economy.