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Fifteen-year-old Julia Kordon has decided to take a new approach to stopping bullying in schools: running her own anti-bullying nonprofit.
In a move that has relevance for nonprofits engaged in issue campaigns, Salsa Labs has fired CEO and co-founder Chris Lundberg.
The first family planning center to offer abortions in Ireland opened amid protests, but its vice president notes that the nation’s laws will make treating some women seeking help a challenge.
Few environmental laws have fostered as much civic engagement or enjoyed as much bipartisan support as the Clean Water Act, but 40 years after its passage, much has changed.
In last week’s presidential town hall debate, we witnessed a surreal discussion of energy issues in which both candidates failed to mention global warming and touted the imaginary “clean coal.”
The YouTube nonprofit program has launched a new feature that is a digital rendition of a nonprofit mainstay: the campaign thermometer.
Due to an Oregon court ruling, the Boy Scouts of America’s files on approximately 1,200 Boy Scout leaders accused of molesting children have been released.
Joseph Rosenmiller, who recently passed away, wanted to be a social worker but couldn’t find a job. Instead, he made a fortune and invested much of it in causes philanthropy often overlooks.
Stanford’s Rob Reich notes that the university raised more than $2.8 million a day in the last fiscal year. Not bad for a nonprofit fundraising in the midst of a crippling recession, right?
As San Diego’s beloved Balboa Park prepares for its 100-year anniversary, the Balboa Park Conservancy, a nonprofit established in 2010, is still crafting its own future role.
Sergei Udaltsov’s use of Twitter illustrates social media’s capacity to act as a real-time tool for exposing the efforts of authorities to squelch dissent and protest. But that takes courage, too.
Many of America’s talented blues musicians toiled in relative obscurity for years with modest or small incomes and, as it turns out, many of them now lie in unmarked graves.
In a ruling that may add to the momentum that is propelling the Defense of Marriage Act toward the U.S. Supreme Court, the U.S. 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals finds the law unconstitutional.
In his writing on who rules America, political scientist G. William Domhoff posed four questions as indicators of political power. These questions could easily be asked of celebrity fundraisers.
Some nonprofit scandals are more complex than others, and the saga of Community Health Network, Inc. is a case in point.
Twitter has used its country-specific censorship tools for the first time, banning the neo-Nazi group Better Hannover from Twitter in Germany in response to a request from local officials.
Is getting naked in the airport protected under your right to free speech? A judge in Oregon has ruled that indeed it is as long as it is an expression of protest.
The Florida State College Foundation made at least $16,200 in charitable donations in 2010 and 2011 to groups linked to College President Steve Wallace, which has raised some eyebrows.
The experience of an award-winning Alaskan nonprofit is serving as a blueprint for the State of Oregon’s new system of coordinated health care.
At long last, the IRS is rethinking its oversight of tax-exempt 501(c)(4) social welfare organizations that engage in partisan political activities using undisclosed donor funds.
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