Latino philanthropists, entrepreneurs, and technology innovators are establishing important building blocks for the creation and strategic deployment of Latino wealth.
Critics have argued that charitable giving isn’t focused enough on the poor, isn’t sufficient to make a difference, is undemocratic, and more, but research—and history—show otherwise.
Three things legislators, universities, and social sector advocates can do to make sure we don’t lose out on the many contributions undocumented students can make to society.
We need more and deeper commitments from funders to foster the next generation of environmental changemakers.
We need new tools to address institutional bias, and to set a new standard for diversity and inclusion at social sector organizations.