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The promise of investing big in underserved entrepreneurs in America.
The time is ripe for companies to look beyond quarterly earnings and depreciation schedules, and into frameworks and strategies that will build long-term resilience.
What we can learn today from an early approach to improving social conditions through investment.
How the organization MORTAR is creating entrepreneurship opportunities for poor and minority communities.
Arts and culture organizations have the power to drive the cultural movement America needs to deliver democracy.
New platforms are using crowdsourcing and open-source technology to challenge Google’s dominance over how we see the world.
Many small-scale (but scalable) creative efforts to foster tangible urban change, inspired by the burgeoning “tactical urbanism” movement, have met with success—and yet the movement itself faces limitations. How might this approach continue to evolve so as to effect inclusive, sustainable, and meaningful social and political change at the local level?
With a growing part of the workforce earning a living independently, we need a new system that provides greater stability and security.
By offering better early support for struggling families, child welfare services can reduce the need for more serious interventions down the line and improve the wellbeing of whole neighborhoods.
For-profit executives use business models—such as "low-cost provider"—as a shorthand way to describe the way companies are built and sustained. Nonprofit executives have not had an equivalent lexicon—until now.
Public sector innovators are improving government by replicating the market conditions that have fostered breakthroughs in the private sector.
Why nonprofits need to engage the private sector, and three steps to achieving more effective collaboration.
Why there is a renewed sense of urgency and optimism about place-based initiatives.
To feed the world’s growing population, we must do more to promote the success of urban farms through better tracking, financial incentives, land use, and support systems.