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"Black Americans for a Better Future" Super PAC 100% Funded by Rich White Guys
New FEC filings show that all of the $417,250 in monetary donations to a Super PAC called "Black Americans for a Better Future" comes from conservative white businessmen-- including $400,000, or 96 pe...
Bowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Community
Putnam, Robert D.
Bowling Alone documents the rise and fall of community activity in the twentieth century in the United States and the social changes this reflects. It offers all the evidence, the confirmatory and the...
Charity Begins At Home: Generosity and Self-Interest Among the Philanthropic Elite
Funding Revolutions?: Against The Current vol. 133
Nearly every person I have encountered who is seeking liberation from the various oppressive-isms of this world has asked the fundamental question, “How do I free myself (and others) from such an insi...
Fundraising For Social Change
The Irresistible Revolution: Living as an Ordinary Radical
Occupy Giving Why do the 1% give less than the rest of us?
Nearly two thirds of Americans donate to charities each year. This year we will send more than $225 billion to charities. This year, when the stark divide between the 1% and the 99% has begun to infor...
Benevolence Topic Index in Sources Directory of Experts
Spokespersons, Experts, and Resources
A subject guide to experts and spokespersons on topics related to charity and philanthropy in the Sources directory for the media.
Why China's super-rich are now eager to invest in philanthropy
The country's wealthy elite chase recognition and status by splashing cash on museums and schools, but there may also be a less idealistic motive behind their largesse.
From the Connexions Archives
Canadian website for the nonprofit sector.